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You have two independent samples of size 24 and 27. You conduct a hypothesis test and obtain a p-value. Using the conservative method what would you use for the degrees of freedom for comparison?

24

27

23

26

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Degrees of freedom =
n1 + n2 - 2 =
24 + 27 - 2 = ?

I'll let you finish.

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^ This person is wrong. That's not the formula for a 2-samp degree of freedom.

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