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SOC 3811/5811: Synchronous Class - Shared screen with speaker view
Ryan A Moon
16:37
Can we say that it is not equal to zero still with the assumption that it cannot be below zero
Elizabeth Kulig
21:39
Where S2y? Is that 38.9
Ian M Gullickson
21:52
38.9 squared
Ryan A Moon
21:55
you have to sqaure it
Ryan A Moon
21:59
swuare
Ryan A Moon
22:02
Square wow
Elizabeth Kulig
22:04
Thank you
Ryan A Moon
26:45
theres a lot of rounding that was lost when you used 0.18 for R2
Abigail Palmer
31:09
what’s n in this equation?
Ryan A Moon
31:21
2999
Dylan G Brown
43:51
tired
Marianne V Reilly
43:57
exhausted
Bassam Zahran
44:01
tired
Morgan Reed
44:05
mentally ~unavailable~
Neeraj Rajasekar
44:09
:(
Corey Culver
44:24
Us too! hang in there!
Alexandra N Aurelius
44:31
just goin through some stuff ya feel
De Andre T Beadle
44:41
^^^
Colleen W Christensen
45:18
when will we use infinity on a F table? how high does the number have to be
Colleen W Christensen
47:34
okay! thanks
Zaynab A Somani
47:48
What if the denom of f is supposed to be 70? Do you use the denominator of 50 or 75 for f?
Ryan A Moon
48:04
50
Zaynab A Somani
48:12
Ok thanks!
Ryan A Moon
48:23
Just go with the lower
Neeraj Rajasekar
48:32
We go lower because it essentially strengthens our hypothesis test. Holds ourselves to a higher standard
Zaynab A Somani
48:40
Thanks!
Colleen W Christensen
53:13
thank you!!
Mikhaela A Arunikaa de Silva
53:21
Thank you!