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The Satterthwaite Formula for Degrees of Freedom in the Two-Sample t-Test
Sample some statistics with Satterthwaite. Instructors of AP® Statistics read up on the Satterthwaite formula for degrees of freedom in the two-sample t-test. They see where it comes from and learn about the mathematics underpinning the formula.
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- Use the resource with an advanced class
- Scholars should be familiar with two-sample t-tests and chi-square distributions
- Pupils must have knowledge of integration
- Very detailed derivation
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