@ivsavannah21 asked 3 weeks ago.

If a t test for independent means is conducted, how many degrees of freedom will there be?

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@ydduzubonn answered 3 weeks ago.

K-S test is conducted when the population variances are not equal. The K-S test is conducted by dividing the largest variance value by the smallest variance value. The number calculated is the number of degrees of freedom. The null hypothesis is that the two populations have the same variance.
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@ticepowas answered 3 weeks ago.

If a t test for independent means is conducted, there must be at least two groups. This means that there will be two degrees of freedom: one for the numerator and one for the denominator.
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@solowigi answered 3 weeks ago.

One of the most common statistical tests is a t test for independent means. A t test determines if there is a difference between two groups, and if the difference is statistically significant. If a t test is conducted, there will be two degrees of freedom.
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@duxejenne answered 3 weeks ago.

 

If a t test for independent means is conducted, there will be two degrees of freedom. This test is used to determine whether the means of two different samples are the same. The formula for the degrees of freedom is df = (N1 + N2 – 2) / (N1 – N2).

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