Anova 1 and 2 way, t and f-tests 1,2 or more means, statistics, Basic Statistics

ANOVA 1 and 2 way, t and f-tests 1,2 or more means... standard deviations known/unknown. I have a project where I must use these tests, but I''m not clear on the when and how.
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