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posted by Beata Chmielewska .
What statistical assumptions need to be validated for ANOVA results to be valid?
a. observations are from an Fdistribution
b. Observations are from a Chi square distribution
c. Observations are normally distributes, independent, a variances are equal
d. Observations are selected, not randomized
e. No assumptions are required to be met

a. observations are from an Fdistribution
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