Solution Library

Appropriate Use When Testing Hypothesis For Studying Groups


1. The appropriate statistic to use when testing the hypothesis for a study with three treatment groups is a


a. One-sample t test.

b. Two-sample t test.

c. ANOVA F test.

d. Either b or c is appropriate.


2. Assume that the group means in a study are as follows:

Group 1 = 20.

Group 2 = 18.

Group 3 = 37.

If the Tukey HSD critical value is 18, what can you say about the location of the significant difference between the groups?


a. It lies between Groups 1 and 2 only.

b. It lies between Group 1 and 3 only.

c. It lies between Groups 2 and 3 only.

d. There is no statistical significance between the Groups.



The question belongs to Statistics and it discusses about two multiple choice questions. The 1st question is about the appropriate use when testing hypothesis for studying groups. The 2nd question is about calculation of location of significant difference in groups.

Total Word Count NA

Download Full Solution


  • HWA

    this is a very good website

  • HWA

    I have 50 questions for the same test your page is showing only 28

  • HWA

    hi can you please help or guide me to answer my assignments. thanks

  • HWA

    hi can anyone help or guide me to my assignments. thanks

  • HWA

  • HWA

    This solution is perfect ...thanks

  • HWA

    Hello Allison,I love the 2nd image that you did! I also, had never heard of SumoPaint, is something that I will have to exolpre a bit! I understand completely the 52 (or so) youtube videos that you probably watched. Sometimes they have what you want, sometimes they don't! However, it is always satisfying when you are able to produce something that you have taught yourself. Great job!Debra 0 likes

  • HWA

    Perfect bank of solution. 

  • HWA

    great !

  • HWA
    Paul Brandon-Fritzius

    thanks for the quick response. the solution looks good. :)

  • HWA
    tina Johnson

    thnx for the answer. it was perfect. just the way i wanted it. 

  • HWA

    works fine.