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What value in a one way ANOVA indicates proportion of variance explained
F

The impact of the independent variable is represented in which statistic
SSb

What does the 'mean' in 'mean square' indicate
An average measure of variance

What does the one way in one way ANOVA indicate
the fact that there is just one independent variable

What is scale of the independent variable in ANOVA
nominal

What is scale of the independent variable in ANOVA
nominal

In an ANOVA what symbol is used to indicate the number of groups
k

What of the following is true in an ANOVA
The SSw consists entirely of error variance

The dependent variable in ANOVA must be at least of what scale
nominal

Which statistic is the ratio of treatment variance to error variance
F

what statistic measures within group variability in a zscore problem
the standard error of the mean

Which value measures sample variability in the distribution of sample means
the standard deviation

what value of z includes the middel 95% of thedistribution of sample means
+/ 1.96

when comparing the distribution of sample means to a distribution of individual scores, which is accurate
omega does not equal omega means, mu equals mu means

what is the scale of the data when students are identified according to major
ratio

which measure of central tendency is most affected by outliers
mean

if data have positive skew, what's the order of the central tendency measures from left to right
mode, median, mean

I have scores of 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 6, 6, 6, 7. which value is the median
5

which is the only statistic that can be calculated for nominal scale data
the mode

increasing the number of scores near the mean has which effect
the standard deviation will decrease

the vertical height of the line in a frequency distribution indicates which
the number of cases of a particular score

a distribution has s=3.0 and R=24. Which is accurate?
The distribution is leptokurtic

which statistic measures within group variability in a z score problem
the standard error of the mean

which value measures sample variability in the distribution of the sample means
the standard error of the mean omega means

what is the lowest value omega squared can have
0

SEm is a statistic. what is the equivalent parameter
omega means

failing to reject the null hypothesis is the same as acknowledging which
differences are likely just random

there are many t distributions. each is defined by which
degrees of freedom

which statistics is described as 'an estimate of pooled variance'?
the standard error of difference

which of the following estimates the standard deviation of all 'difference' scores
SEd

the standard error of the mean measures variability from what sources
the variability within one group

which of the following defines alpha (type 1) error
rejecting the null when there is no difference

which of the following will increase the value of t in an independent ttest
rejecting the null when there is no difference

if you test at p=.05 and reject the null hypothesis, what's the probability of a error
.05

if you test at p=.05 and reject the null hypothesis, what's the probability of B error
0

the one sample ttest answers which question
does the sample belong to the described population

the point of calculating an effect size is which
to determine the practical importance of the result

why do critical values decrease as degrees of freedom increase
because the sample becomes more normal as df increases

the confidence interval indicates which
the range within which the true value is likely to occur

