Suppose that an F test (as described in this chapter using the classical

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Suppose that an F test (as described in this chapter using the classical approach) has a critical value of 2.2, as shown in this figure.

(a) What is the interpretation of a calculated value of F larger than 2.2? 

(means not all equal, or not enough information)

(b) What is the interpretation of a calculated value of F smaller than 2.2? 

(means not significantly different, or not enough information)

(c) What is the interpretation if the calculated F were 0.1? 0.01?

(means not significantly different, or not enough information)

 

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