# Lean Six Sigma

**Question description**

The calculated F-statistic for a known source of variation is found by dividing

the sum of squares of the known source of variation by the sum of squares of the unknown source of variation | ||

B | the sum of squares of the known source of variation by the degrees of freedom for the known source of variation | |

C | the mean square of the known source of variation by the mean square of the unknown source of variation | |

D | the mean square of the unknown source of variation by the mean square of the known source of variation |

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