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Asked Oct 24, 2019

In your own words, compare and contrast the general steps involved in computing the F-ratio between an independent-measures versus a repeated-measures ANOVA (or RM-ANOVA). In other words how are the two conceptually similar as well as different

Step 1

**Repeated measures ANOVA** is equivalent to **one-way ANOVA** but it for **related group**. Repeated measure ANOVA is the **extension of dependent t-test**. It is used to check the **overall differences between the related means**. It is called **Repeated measures because the same group of participants is being measured over and over again**.

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