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Descriptive and Inferential Methods for Univariate Categorical
Inferential Methods for Univariate Measured DataOne Group
Methods for Univariate Measured DataTwo or More Groups
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05 level analysis of variance appropriate assumed average binomial bivariate chi-square distribution chi-square test class index column computed consider contingency table correlation coefficient critical values cumulative frequency cumulative proportion decimal degrees of freedom derived measures equal example expected frequencies females formula frequency distribution frequency polygon graph groups of subjects guess homogeneity of variance inferential statistics involves level of significance males median nondirectional test normal distribution null hypothesis number of scores outcome percent percentage population arithmetic mean population variance prediction equation prediction line presented pretest probability procedures random sample randomly rank-order reject the null relationship represent sample sizes sample variances sampling distribution scale of measurement scatter diagram score intervals skewed standard deviation standard error sum of squares summarized summation operator Table F.1 techniques term tion total number true limits Type I error unit normal distribution utilized variance-of-estimate error whole numbers