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The F-ratio for the repeated-measures ANOVA is structured so that variance caused by individual differences is eliminated.

a. Explain why individual differences are not part of the between-treatments variance in the numerator of the F-ratio.

b. Explain why individual differences are not part of the error variance in the denominator of the F-ratio.

a.

To determine

To explain: Why individual differences are not part of the between treatment variance in the numerator of F-ratio.

Explanation

In a repeated measure ANOVA, individuals remain same across the treatment...

b.

To determine

To explain: Why individual differences are not part of the error variance in the denominator of F-ratio.

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