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**Independent Samples** vs.**Dependent** ... Two samples are **dependent**(or consist of
matched pairs) if the ... Elementary **Statistics**, Tenth Edition by Mario F. Triola.

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... in both groups. Are the **sample** groups **dependent** or **independent**? ... Matched
pairs are two **samples** that are **statistically dependent**. Square tables are tables ...

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Apr 11, 2012 **...** Two **samples** (or more than two) are **dependent** if they are somehow .... many
**samples** which together form one **sample** in the **statistical** sense.

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t-test (for **Independent** and **Dependent Samples**). The t-test is the most commonly
used method to evaluate the differences in means between two groups.

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The **dependent** t-test (also called the paired t-test or paired-**samples** t-test)
compares the ... whether there is a **statistically** significant difference between
these means. ... when wearing two different types of spectacle (**independent**
variable).

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**Independent** and **Dependent Samples** (Jump to: Lecture | Video ). So far I've
talked about one-**sample** methods, and two-**sample** methods. One-**sample**
methods ...

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Sep 15, 2009 **...** Explanation of **dependent** or **independent** events in probability. ... Some
**examples** of events that affect the odds or probability of the next event ...