# Answer to Question #28987 in Statistics and Probability for REID Mortson

Question #28987

while reading a journal article you come across the results of an ANOVA, reported as F(3,32) = 4.61. Having read earlier that the groups were of equal size, and independent:

a)How many groups were there and why?

b) How many observations were there per group and why?

c) How many observations were there in total, and why?

d) based on the reported stat, what would you conclude about the groups?

a)How many groups were there and why?

b) How many observations were there per group and why?

c) How many observations were there in total, and why?

d) based on the reported stat, what would you conclude about the groups?

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