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Analysis Of Variance (ANOVA): Examples, Definition & Application Video

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What does ANOVA stand for?

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1. What does ANOVA measure?

2. What is a null hypothesis?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Using ANOVA is a critical component of any legitimate experiment. This quiz will assess your knowledge level in terms of ANOVA and how it can be applied.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The purpose of this quiz is to test how well you understand:

  • The acronym ANOVA
  • What ANOVA measures
  • The definition of a null hypothesis
  • Recognition of an independent variable
  • Discriplines in which ANOVA can be used

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw from the most important information in the related lesson on ANOVA
  • Information recall - remember what you learned about null hypotheses and alternative hypotheses and answer questions relating to them
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about when ANOVA is used

Additional Learning

Students looking for more information on ANOVA can find it in this quiz's accompanying lesson, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA): Examples, Definition & Application. This lesson provides the following objectives:

  • Define ANOVA
  • Define alternative hypothesis and null hypothesis and know how they apply to ANOVA
  • Understand the variables involved in ANOVA
  • Explore examples of ANOVA
  • Recognize ways to apply ANOVA in the real world
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