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    T-test using more then one independent variable?

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    When examining more than one independent variable, would using several t-tests be appropriate? If not, what would be the most appropriate test and why?

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    If you want to see if there is any significant difference between two groups, we do a t-test. A t-test is done looking at how 1 independent variable (IV) is connected to 1 dependent variable (DV). If we add in more then one variable, we will be unsure which independent variable will ...

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    In this concise posting, we examine what could be done if we have more then one independent variable (IV).