State Hypotheses: State your null hypothesis and your alternative hypotheses. Describe Data: Describe the type of data you would collect. Predict Results: Predict the results of your ANOVA test and write out the
appropriate conclusion. Using alpha of .05, include a pretend p-value
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First, you need to understand that ANOVA is used to compare means of more than one population. that is how much they vary. therefore, you will need to define a null hypothesis that will guide you during analysis. for instance, you can have a hypotheses like;
Null hypothesis: mean performance of the student in private school and government is the same
alternative hypothesis: mean performance of students in private schools and government schools is not the same
the you describe your data, whether it one way or two way, eg. does it involve categorical variables like age?
Then, you will need a p-value, the statistic that will guide you towards making a decision.alpha 0.05 is the confidence interval. it will test the significance
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Oct 12th, 2015
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