Dependent Multi-means Comparisons:
Analysis of Variance for Dependent Populations
Enter up-to-40 triple sample data from the first population, the second population, and the third population in the following three tables, respectively. Blank entry boxes are not included in the calculations but zeros are.
In entering your data to move from cell to cell in the data-matrix use the Tab key not arrow or enter keys.
The aim is to test the claim that:
m1 = m2 = m3
H0: The populations' means are almost the same.
Ha: At least one population's mean differs quite significantly from the others.
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