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    Generating Hypotheses for t-Tests and ANOVAS

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    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, ...

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

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