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I had my B.S. in Mathematics and a minor in Physics at Prairie View A&M.

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The deviation of variaton of group means from one another is referred to as which variation? (answer)

The deviation of variation of group means from one another is your variation between the groups.

The F-ratio is a ratio of the variation between your treatments to the variation within your treatments. Or, put algebraically, F = (variation between treatments) / (variation within treatments). The within-treatment variation is the variation due to chance. So, obviously,...

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