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Textbook Problem

A research report includes a repeated-measures F-ratio of F = 4.00 with df = 1, 24.

a. Could the researchers have used a t statistic instead of an F-ratio to evaluate the mean difference? Explain your answer.

b. If a t statistic were used, then what value would be obtained for t?

a.

To determine

To explain: Whether the researchers could be used a t-test statistic instead of an F-ratio to evaluate the mean difference.

Explanation

Given info:

F-ratio=4 with df=1,

b.

To determine

To find: The value of ‘t’ if t-statistics was used instead of F-ratio.

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