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An ANOVA produces an F-ratio with df = 1, 34. Could the data have been analyzed with a t test? What would be the degrees of freedom for the t statistic?

To determine
Whether the data could have been analysed with a t-test.

To find: The degrees of freedom for the t-statistic.

Explanation

Given info:

An ANOVA produces F-ratio with df=(1,34).

Calculation:

Degrees of freedom between treatments (dfwithin):

If there are k treatments in a study, the degrees of freedom between treatments is: dfbetween=k1.

In the F-ratio df=(1,34), 1 is the degrees of freedom between treatments

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