Function of Power, Advanced Statistics

In an experiment, power is a function of
1. The number of variables being measured and the beta level
2. The effect size, internal validity and the beta level
3. The number of participants, alpha level and effect size
4. The effect size, clinical significance, and the alpha level.
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