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In Analysis of Variance the degrees of freedom in the numerator are the number of treatments minus 1, (3-1) =2. It is usually denoted with a k.


The degrees of freedom in the denominator are found by first finding the total number of degrees of freedom, which is the total sample size minus 1 or 15-1 = 14. The denominator is the error degrees of freedom and is the total degrees of freedom minus the treatment degrees of freedom. This gets us 14-2 = 12. The degrees of freedom are then 2 and 12.


That would make the correct choice d.

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