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In a one factor ANOVA with n1 6 n2

In a one-factor ANOVA with n1 = 6, n2 = 4, and n3 = 5, the sample variances were s21 = 1 121, s22 = 929, and s23 = 456. For Hartley's test:

(a) State the hypotheses.

(b) Calculate the 2 3 degrees of freedom.

(c) Find the critical value at the 5 percent level of significance.

(d) Calculate Hartley's test statistic. (e) What is your conclusion?

(a) State the hypotheses.

(b) Calculate the 2 3 degrees of freedom.

(c) Find the critical value at the 5 percent level of significance.

(d) Calculate Hartley's test statistic. (e) What is your conclusion?

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