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A researcher uses a repeated-measures ANOVA to evaluate the results from a research study and reports an F-ratio with df = 2, 30.

  1. a. How many treatment conditions were compared in the study?
  2. b. How many individuals participated in the study?

a.

To determine
The numbers of treatment conditions compared in the study.

Explanation

Given info:

A researcher uses repeated-measures ANOVA to evaluate the results and reports an F-ratio with df=(2,30).

Calculation:

Let k represents the numbers of treatment conditions.

In this F-ratio with df=(2,30), the degrees of freedom corresponding to MSbetweentreatments is 2

b.

To determine
The numbers of individuals who participated in the study.

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