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### HW13

Course: STA 4322, Fall 2008
School: University of Florida
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4322 STA - HW # 13 and Last HW - Due on Friday, April 20, 2007 1. Consider Problem 1 on HW12 again. (a) Give an unbiased estimate of the experimental error variance, 2 . (b) Obtain a 95% condence interval on 2 . (c) Is there a signicant dierence between 1 and 2 , the means of Methods 1 and 2, at the 5% level? Please draw the rejection region, do the testing, then state your conclusion. (d) Obtain a 95% condence...

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