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    what type of ANOVA should I use?

    population =30
    Breaking it down

    Number of male participants =20
    Number of Female Participants = 10

    Number of Working Participants(W) = 8
    Number of Non-Working participants(nW) = 22

    I surveyed the students and here are given the raw datas (multiple choice for question number one) where I didnt yet consider the variables such sex and occupation:

    A = 12
    B= 4
    C=14

    Now I tabulated the variables
    M____F____W___nW
    12----3-------2----5------A
    2-----1-------3----2------B
    6-----6-------3----15-----C


    I want to know if what type of anova should I use here
    given the raw data where I didn't take the account of variables such as sex (m and f),working and non working variables.
    I wish to know if the raw data still holds its significance that students prefer the answer C after having the results from the test.

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