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    ANOVA or t or z Test?

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    What are some business situations in which ANOVA would be more appropriate than a t test or a z test?

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    Hello from Cleveland, Ohio.

    Let's see if we can help you out with the situation you are in. However, before getting to the nitty gritty of the issue how about a little review. Hey..it won't hurt all too much now. :-)

    As an applied statistician, business person (stated gender correctly) and university professor in managerial decision making I am always confronted by the very question you ask. Okay now...follow me closely.

    Always think of ANOVA and a multiple "t" test. Wherein the "t" test looks at two variables and the ANOVA looks at more that two variables at a time. For example, the "t" test would be used to determine if there are statistically significant ...

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    Solution gives a brief background on ANOVA and t and z tests and explains when it is appropriate to use each in 475 words.