# In An F Ratio, The Denominator Is Always The ___-group Estimate Of The Population Variance?

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Ellie Hoe answered
There are 2 estimates used in F-Ration:
1. Between group estimate
2. Within group estimate.

Between group estimate is always used in numerator of F-Ration and the denominator is always the within group estimate of the population variance. For more details please click here.

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Ellie Hoe answered
In F-ratio there are two group estimates of the population variance. One is within group estimate which is always used in denominator; and the other one is between group estimate which is always used in numerator.

So the answer here is within group estimate. If you want more information about F-Ration then click here.

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Ellie Hoe answered
In F-ratio there are two estimates of the population variance one is within group and the other is between group estimation.

In an F-Ration the denominator is always within group estimate of the population Variance. If you want to detail information then check out the following site

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Ellie Hoe answered
There are two types of estimation in  F-Ratio; Between group estimate and within group estimate. In an F Ratio, the denominator is always the within-group estimation of the population variance.

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Anonymous answered
Within is the answer F Ratio = between group numerator/ within group denominator
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