Use the Bonferroni test from Chapter 16 to elaborate on the results of Exercise 17.4.
Answer to relevant QuestionsThe results in Exercises 17.1 through 17.4 are certainly extreme, and the statistics look unusual. What might trouble you about these data? What null hypothesis did you test in Exercise 18.10? Run a repeated measures analysis of variance on the same data that you used in Exercise 18.4 and draw the appropriate conclusions. It would be possible to calculate a one-way chi-square test on the data in column 1 of Exercise 19.12. What hypothesis would you be testing if you did that? How would that hypothesis differ from the one you tested in ...Combine the data in Exercise 19.14 by adding together the Maintainers and Gainers categories. Then compute an odds ratio to say something about racial differences in high school girls’ perceptions of weight.
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