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Generating Hypotheses for t-Tests and ANOVAS

Please help with the following problem.

In doing the test for the ANOVA one-way or two-way, how would you describe the F ratio of ANOVA as compared to a two-way or is there a difference?

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For two way ANOVA, we could have three F tests. To make it clear, we compare the salaries (x$100) between different age groups and different gender.
Age Women Men
16-19 240 250
239 261
241 269
20-24 301 320
303 325
305 330
25-34 420 513
423 515
425 520
35-44 470 630
473 640
476 635
45-54 496 690
497 693
500 696
55-64 426 660
428 659
430 665

By running "two factor ANOVA with replication" under "data analysis" in excel, ...

Solution Summary

The following posting helps with statistics. Concepts covered include hypothesis tests, F ratios, one-way and two-way ANOVAs.

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