# BUS 308 Week 3 DQS

 ANOVA

In many ways, comparing multiple sample means is simply an extension of what we covered last week.  What situations exist where a multiple (more than two) group comparison would be appropriate? (Note: Situations could relate to your work, home life, social groups, etc.).  Create a null and alternate hypothesis for one of these issues.  What would the results tell you?

 Effect Size

Several statistical tests have a way to measure effect size.  What is this, and when might you want to use it in looking at results from these tests on job related data?

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### Bus 308 Week 3 DQ 1 & 2

 ANOVA

In many ways, comparing multiple sample means is simply an extension of what we covered last week. What situations exist where a multiple (more than two) group comparison would be …

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# BUS 308 Week 3 DQ 1 ANOVA

In many ways, comparing multiple sample means is simply an extension of what we covered last week. What situations exist where a multiple (more than two) group comparison …

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### Discussion

DQ 1 ANOVA Inmany ways, comparing multiple sample means is simply an extension of what we covered last week. What situations exist where a multiple (more than two) group comparison would …

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### BUS 308 week 3 discussions 1&2 updated

Discussion 1-

In many ways, comparing multiple sample means is simply an extension of what we covered last week. What situations exist where a multiple (more than two) group comparison would be …

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### bus 308 week 3 anova & Effect Size

In many ways, comparing multiple sample means is simply an extension of what we covered last week. What situations exist where a multiple (more than two) group comparison would be appropriate? …