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If we compare the common variance by performing several test and the test is abnormal would we reject the hypothesis.

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    This part of your post makes no sense: "...by performing several test and the test is abnormal..."

    The word "several" indicates a plural, and yet your references after that are singular ("test" twice). It makes a difference.

    Also -- you need to indicate the SUBJECT not the abbreviation for your course. Is this math? statistics? psychology? what??

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