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P-Value

The question asks the appeal of audiotapes for walking tours of eight major cities.

The issue is if all the tapes are equally appealing, and what is distinctive about the p-value.
SSTR = 7,102 SSE = 10,511 r = 8 ni = 20

MSTR = SSTR/(r-1) = 7102/7 = 1014.57

MSE = SSE/(n-r) = 10,511/(160-8) = 69.15

F(7,152) = 14.67 > 2.76 (critical point for significance level at .01)

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The question asks the appeal of audiotapes for walking tours of eight major cities.

The issue is if all the tapes are equally appealing, and what is distinctive about the p-value.
SSTR = 7,102 SSE = 10,511 r = 8 ni = 20

MSTR = SSTR/(r-1) = 7102/7 = 1014.57

MSE = SSE/(n-r) = 10,511/(160-8) = 69.15

F(7,152) = 14.67 > 2.76 (critical point for significance level at .01)

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