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Here, F crit = 4.256492 What numbers represent the SST, SSE and SS Total? SST is the variation due to treatments (Between Groups Sum of squares). Here, SST = 10.5. SSE is the variation within the treatments or the random error (Within groups sum of squares) Here, SSE = 182.5 SS Total is the total sum of squares. Here, SS Total = 193 What does the P-value number mean? Here, P-value = P[ F > F crit] = 0.777455 We reject the null hypothesis if the P-value < , the significance level. If we choose = 0.05, then P-value > 0.05. So we do not reject the null hypothesis and conclude that average time it takes to process applications in the three offices are the same. The P-value is a probability, with a value ranging from 0 to 1. It is the answer to this question: If the populations really have the same mean overall, what is the probability that random sampling would lead to a difference between sample means as large (or larger) than you observed? Here the P-value = 0.7775 means that there is a 77.75% chance of observing a difference as large as you observed even if the population means are identical. How do the F and F crit relate to each other? What do these numbers mean? F is the value of the test statistic and F crit is the critical value. The test statistic in ANOVA is the ratio of two scaled sums of squares reflecting different sources of variability. That is, F = Explained variance / Unexplained variance. The critical value is the number that the test statistic must exceed to reject the test. If F > F crit, we reject the null hypothesis and if F < F crit, we do not reject the null hypothesis. Here, F = 0.258904 < 4.256492 = F crit. So we do not reject the null hypothesis and conclude that average time it takes to process applications in the three offices are the same. Re-run an ANOVA in Excel and determine if the average processing times between workers (employees are in rows) are the same or different.

SUMMARY

Count 3 3 3 3

Sum 43 53 43 59

ANOVA Source of Variation SS Between Groups 62.33333 Within Groups 130.6667 Total 193

df

F crit 4.06618

Here, the P-value = 0.347709 > 0.05. So we do not reject the null hypothesis and conclude that the average processing times between workers are the same.

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