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11. One sample has a mean of M = 5 and a second sample
has a mean of M = 10. The two samples are combined
into a single set of scores.
a. What is the mean for the combined set if both of
the original samples have n = 5 scores?
b. What is the mean for the combined set if the first
sample has n = 4 scores and the second sample
has n= 6?
c. What is the mean for the combined set if the first
sample has n = 6 scores and the second sample
has n= 4?
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11. One sample has a mean of M = 5 and a second sample has a mean of M = 10. The two samples are combined into a single set of scores. a. What is the mean for the combined set if both of the original samples have n = 5 scores? b. What is the mean for the combined set if the first sample has n = 4 scores and the second sample has n= 6? c. What is the mean for the combined set if the first sample has n = 6 scores and the second sample has n= 4? %3D

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