Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
Quiz 17: Two-Way Between-Subjects Analysis of Variance
Assume the Following Is a Population Means Table:
Assume the following is a population means table:
Using your knowledge of general patterns of plotted means in a two-way ANOVA,does there appear to be an interaction in this example? A)Yes B)No C)Not enough information
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When examining a plot of population means for a two-way ANOVA,what is the simplest way to tell if there is an interaction? A)The two lines will NOT cross. B)The two lines will be parallel. C)The two lines will NOT be parallel. D)There will be a curve in both lines.
When examining a plot of population means for a two-way ANOVA,what should you conclude if the two lines completely overlap and have zero slope? A)There is a main effect of A only. B)There is a main effect of B only. C)There is an interaction effect only. D)There are no main effects or an interaction.
In a two-way between-subjects analysis of variance,how many sets of statistical hypotheses are examined? A)one set,which includes one null and one alternative hypothesis B)two sets,which includes a null and alternative hypothesis for both Factor A and B C)three sets,one for each main effect and one for the interaction effect D)four sets,one for each main effect,one for the interaction,and one for the error term
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