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PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 4:45 pm    Post subject: Business Stats II
Subject description: When we discuss tests like Goodness of Fit, Independence, ANOV, why are other distributions introduc
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I am in need of some help with this question. I had a three-fold question and figured out the other two parts but couldn't figure this one out. Please help!! "When we discuss tests like Goodness of Fit, Independence, ANOV, why are other distributions introduced?"
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