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Samples Were Drawn from Three Populations n1=8,n2=6n _ { 1 } = 8 , n _ { 2 } = 6

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Samples were drawn from three populations. The sample sizes were n1=8,n2=6n _ { 1 } = 8 , n _ { 2 } = 6 and n3=6n _ { 3 } = 6 The sample means were xˉ1=1.92,xˉ2=1.34, and xˉ3=1.76\bar { x } _ { 1 } = 1.92 , \bar { x } _ { 2 } = 1.34 , \text { and } \bar { x } _ { 3 } = 1.76 The sample standard deviations were s1=0.26,s2=0.36, and s3=0.45s _ { 1 } = 0.26 , s _ { 2 } = 0.36 , \text { and } s _ { 3 } = 0.45 The grand mean is xˉ=1.698.\overline { \bar { x } } = 1.698 .
Compute the mean squares MSTr.


A) 0.5932
B) 4.7259
C) 2.1337
D) 1.1863

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