Suppose you are comparing just two means. Among the possible statistics you could use is the difference

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Suppose you are comparing just two means. Among the possible statistics you could use is the difference in means, the MAD, or the max − min (the difference between the largest mean and the smallest mean).
a. Will all three of these statistics always be the same? Will any pair of these statistics always be the same?
b. If one of the statistics is different from the other two, how is it related to them?

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Introduction To Statistical Investigations

ISBN: 9781118172148

1st Edition

Authors: Beth L.Chance, George W.Cobb, Allan J.Rossman Nathan Tintle, Todd Swanson Soma Roy

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