Tests of Linear Combinations of Means, Independent Groups (7 of 7)


  1. All populations are normally distributed.

  2. Variances in the "a" populations are equal.

  3. Scores are independent (Each subject provides only one score).

  4. There is an equal number of subjects in each group.

  5. The comparison was planned in advance.

See also: "Confidence interval on linear combination of means, independent groups"