Basic Statistics: Tales of Distributions 10th Edition

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Chapter 11 - Analysis of Variance: One-Way Classification - Problems - Page 236: 11.2


For 3 sample means drawn from a population with mu=100, and a fourth sample mean drawn from a population with mu=50, there will be a relatively larger between-treatments estimate of variability.

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When this variability is compared to the variability of another set of 4 sample means all drawn from the same population with mu=100, it will in all likelihood be much larger.
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