Chapter 13.1, Problem 1LC

### Essentials of Statistics for The B...

9th Edition
Frederick J Gravetter + 2 others
ISBN: 9781337098120

Chapter
Section

### Essentials of Statistics for The B...

9th Edition
Frederick J Gravetter + 2 others
ISBN: 9781337098120
Textbook Problem

# Where are individual differences located in the h-ratio for a repeated-measures ANOVA? a. In both the numerator and the denominator b. In the numerator hut not in the denominator c. In the denominator but not in the numerator d. There are no individual differences in the numerator and they have been removed from the denominator.

To determine
The location of individual differences in the F-ratio for a repeated measures ANOVA.

Explanation

Given Info: Repeated-measures ANOVA study.

In repeated-measures ANOVA, some participants are observed in all treatments. So; there are no individual differences between treatments. Therefore there are no individual differences in the numerator. But; there exists individual differences within treatments, which can be easily removed. So; they have been removed from the denominator...

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