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Textbook Problem

Describe what is measured by the estimated standard error in the bottom of the independent-measures t statistic.

To determine

To describe: What is measured by the estimated standard error which is found in the denominator of a t-statistic.

Explanation

The standard error provides an estimate of the standard distance between a sample mean difference and the population mean difference.

It is denoted by sM1M2 and calculated as,

sM1

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