7.10 Pooled-Variance t Procedures: Investigating the Normality Assumption

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A discussion of the assumptions of pooled-variance t tests and confidence intervals for the difference in means. The assumptions are briefly discussed, and the effects of different violations of the normality assumption are investigated through simulation. The quick summary: Pooled-variance t procedures are more robust to
violations of the normality assumption than their one-sample counterparts.

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