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A study was aimed at assessing the class schedule satisfaction levels

A study was aimed at assessing the class-schedule satisfaction levels, on a scale of 1 (very dissatisfied) to 7 (very satisfied), of nontenured faculty who were job-sharers, full time, or part-time. For a sample of 25 job-sharers, the mean satisfaction level was 6.60; for a sample of 24 full-time faculty the mean satisfaction level was 5.37; for a sample of 20 part-time faculty, the mean satisfaction level was 5.20. The F ratio calculated from these data was 6.62.

a. Prepare the complete analysis of variance table.

b. Test the null hypothesis of equality of the three population mean satisfaction levels.

a. Prepare the complete analysis of variance table.

b. Test the null hypothesis of equality of the three population mean satisfaction levels.

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