# Question

For each of the following sentences, fill in the correct term (increases, decreases, or stays the same):

As Wilks’s Lambda increases (and assuming all other factors remain constant), the multivariate F associated with Wilks’s Lambda ___________.

As Pillai’s trace increases, all other factors remaining constant, the associated value of F ___________.

As Wilks’s Lambda increases, the associated value of partial 2 ____________.

As Wilks’s Lambda increases, the corresponding value of Pillai’s trace __________.

As Wilks’s Lambda increases (and assuming all other factors remain constant), the multivariate F associated with Wilks’s Lambda ___________.

As Pillai’s trace increases, all other factors remaining constant, the associated value of F ___________.

As Wilks’s Lambda increases, the associated value of partial 2 ____________.

As Wilks’s Lambda increases, the corresponding value of Pillai’s trace __________.

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