When testing for differences between two means, - 6566

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 When testing for differences between two means, the Behrens-Fisher problem arises when the sample populations are 

A.   are normal with unequal variances. B.   are non-normal and have unequal variances.

C.   are non-normal and have equal variances. D.   normal with equal variances. 

 
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When testing for differences between two means, the Behrens-Fisher problem