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a What is the difference between the independent variable and

(a) What is the difference between the independent variable and the dependent variable in an experiment?

(b) When the assumptions of a procedure require normally distributed interval/ratio scores, are we referring to scores on the independent or dependent variable?

(c) What distinguishes an interval and ratio variable from nominal or ordinal variables?

(d) What distinguishes a skewed versus a normal distribution?

(b) When the assumptions of a procedure require normally distributed interval/ratio scores, are we referring to scores on the independent or dependent variable?

(c) What distinguishes an interval and ratio variable from nominal or ordinal variables?

(d) What distinguishes a skewed versus a normal distribution?

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