We have a study involving 5 different groups that each contain 9 participants (45 total). What two degrees of freedom would we report when w

We have a study involving 5 different groups that each contain 9 participants (45 total). What two degrees of freedom would we report when we report the results of our study

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1. ngockhue

Degree of freedoms F(4,40)

Step-by-step explanation:

Given:

There is a study which is involving 5 different groups that each contains 9 participants (totally 45)

The objective is to calculate the degree of freedoms

Formula used:

Numerator degree of freedom = k-1

denominator degree of freedom=N-K

Solution:

Numerator degree of freedom = k-1

denominator degree of freedom=N-K

Where,

K= number of groups = 5

N= total number of observations

which is given as follows,

N=45

Then,

Numerator degree of freedom = k-1

=5-1

=4

Denominator degree of freedom = N-K

=45-5

=40

Therefore,

Degree of freedoms, F(4,40)