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    F test: Five step approach

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    A random sample of five observations from the first sample resulted in a standard deviation of (12). A random sample of seven observations from the second sample gave a standard deviation of (7) at the (.01) significance level. Is there more variation in the first population? And is the null hypothesis rejected or not, and why? (ANOVA Test)

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    A random sample of five observations from the first sample resulted in a standard deviation of (12). A random sample of seven observations from the second sample gave a standard deviation of (7) at the (.01) significance level. Is there more variation in the first ...

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    This solution provides a step by step method for the calculation of the F test. Additionally, the formula for the calculation and the interpretations of the results are also included. Also, an interactive Excel sheet is included; the user can edit the inputs and obtain the complete results for a new set of data.

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