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The following two variables are from normal distribution. What is the independent t value of these two variables?
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The following two variables are from uniform distribution. What is the independent t-test significant p level of comparing these two variables?
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The following two variables are from normal distribution. What is the paired t-test significant p level of comparing these two variables?
4 2 0.01 Compute the dependent t-test p value of these two variables. showCorrectAnswer
The following two variables are from uniform distribution. What is the independent t-test t value of comparing these two variables?
4 2 0.01 Compute the independent t-test t value of these two variables. showCorrectAnswer
The following two variables are from uniform distribution. What is the independent t-test significant p level of comparing these two variables?
4 2 0.01 Compute the independent t-test significant p value of these two variables. showCorrectAnswer
The following two variables are from normal distribution with predefined correlation. What is the correlation of the two variables listed below?
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The following two variables are from normal distribution with predefined correlation. What is the covariance of the two variables listed below?
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The following two variables are from chi_square distribution. If we do a regression for the independent variable to be the first variable and the dependent variable to be the second variable, what is the slope of the regression?
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The following two variables are from F distribution. If we do a regression for the independent variable to be the first variable and the dependent variable to be the second variable, what is the intercept of the regression?
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The following two variables are from t distribution. If we do a regression for the independent variable to be the first variable and the dependent variable to be the second variable, what is Rsquare of the regression?
4 2 0.01 Do regression for the second variable on the first variable and get the significant level of the regression. showCorrectAnswer
The following two variables are from t distribution. If we do a regression for the independent variable to be the first variable and the dependent variable to be the second variable, what is significant p level of the regression?
4 2 0.01 Do regression for the second variable on the first variable and get the significant level of the regression. showCorrectAnswer