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ANOVA on Similar Groups

When groups are more alike than different, ANOVA assesses the significance of the difference between two groups. When groups are unalike, will findings be more significant? And what are some conclusions you might draw from that?

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If the groups are unalike, the null hypothesis will be rejected and there is sufficient evidence to conclude at 5% (or any other given) level of ...

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107 words give a view of the effectiveness of ANOVA on groups that are more similar than different.