# statistics for the behavioral and social sciences

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Using a t test for dependent means based on .05 significance level, what is the power of each studies.

Study Effect size N Tails
(a) Small 20 one
(b) Medium 20 one
(c) medium 30 one
(d) medium 30 two
(e) large 30 two

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