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    Does anyone know how to do this?




    An independent-measures research study compares three treatment conditions with a sample of n = 10 in each condition. The sample means are M1 = 2, M2 = 3, and M3 = 7.

    Compute SS for the set of 3 treatment means. (Use the three means as a set of n = 3 scores and compute SS.)

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    Re: Does anyone know how to do this?

    SS = sum of squares? Where did you get the question from and is this the full question?
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    Re: Does anyone know how to do this?

    It is from a statistic's text book and it is the entire question.

    I am confused when it says n = 10 then says to use n = 3.

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    Re: Does anyone know how to do this?


    Yes, SS = Sum of Squares.
    The formula would be ∑ (T2/n) – (G2/ N)

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