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# Job Satisfaction and ANOVA Analysis

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Provide hypothesis null and hypothesis alternate statement for an ANOVA process. Identify a data set that can be used for your ANOVA process. If your article does not include a data set that can be used for an ANOVA process, be sure to either create one that is comprised of at least 25 data points or state that you will be using the AIU dataset values for this process.

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The solution provides a detailed step-by-step ANOVA Analysis (formulation of null and alternate hypothesis, selection of significance level, choosing the appropriate test-statistic, decision rule, calculation of test-statistic and conclusion) of the given data.

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Step1: State the Null Hypothesis
The null hypothesis in ANOVA states that the means of the levels of job satisfaction between the Intrinsic and Extrinsic groups are the same.

H_0:μ_I=μ_E
H_1:μ_I≠μ_E

Step2: Choose a Critical Value for the ...

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