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Answers:a 2x3 ANOVA has two factors one with 2 levels and one has 3 levels a 1x6 would mean that one factor only has one level which doesn't make sense because then it isnt a variable
Answers:the first one is a 2x3 mixed ANOVA (because the first factor has two levels and is between-subjects, and the second factor has three levels and is within-subjects) This is a two-way ANOVA but you should always be more specific by saying 2 x 2 The second one is another mixed ANOVA but this time you say it is a 3x2 mixed ANOVA (because the first factor has three levels and is between subjects and the second factor has three levels and is a between subjects design) It doesn't really matter which way round you put it though. "2x3 Mixed ANOVA" and "3x2 Mixed ANOVA" are basically saying the same thing - that there are two factors, one with 2 levels and one with 3 levels. One of these factors is a bewteen-subjects design, and one is within
Answers:There are three sets of hypotheses with the two-way ANOVA: Ho1: There is no main effect for factor A. H11: There is a main effect for factor A. Ho2: There is no main effect for factor B. H12: There is a main effect for factor B. Ho3: There is no interaction effect. H13: There is an interaction effect. For a two-way ANOVA, the formulas for calculating various degrees of freedom are given below. dfTOT = nT - 1 dfBG = # of groups -1 dfWG = dfTOT - dfBG dfA = # of levels of A -1 dfB = # of levels of B - 1 dfAB (interaction) = dfA * dfB
Answers:I hope I understand you correctly: You want to see whether there is a different based on gender on these 3 test scores, is that correct? If this is the case, the appropriate test to run is a t-test for each of these test scores based on gender. You would run a two-way ANOVA if you wanted to figure out whether there is an interaction between test type and gender on the final scores. I hope that helps you out a bit.