Tests of Linear Combinations of Means, Independent Groups (7 of 7)
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Assumptions
All populations are
normally
distributed.
Variances in the
"a" populations are equal
.
Scores are
independent
(Each subject provides only one score).
There is an equal number of subjects in each group.
The comparison was planned in advance.
See also: "
Confidence interval on linear combination of means
, independent groups"
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