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# Investigating a Null hypothesis with SAS

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A researcher wants to investigate the null hypothesis:

Ho : Âµ1= Âµ2 = Âµ3 = Âµ4 using &#945; = 0.05. Given &#963;Â²= 1 and &#931; &#945; jÂ² = 2.76, how many subjects
j
should be assigned to each treatment for power, &#960; = 1 - &#946; ~ .80.

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Question: A researcher wants to investigate the null hypothesis:

Ho : Âµ1= Âµ2 = Âµ3 = Âµ4 using Î± = 0.05. Given ÏƒÂ²= 1 and Î£ Î± jÂ² = 2.76, how many subjects
j
should be assigned to each treatment for power, Ï€ = 1 - Î² ~ .80.

Answer: If there are four treatments in total, we can determine how many subjects should be assigned to each ...

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The following demonstrates how a one way ANOVA implemented in SAS can be used to investigate a hypothesis and to determine how many subjects should be assigned to a treatment.

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