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• Carleton University STAT 3504
STAT 3504 Assignment #2 DUE: Wed. Jan. 28 1. Text #16.4 2. Text #16.6 3. To be done by hand #7 on assign 1 cont.: In an experiment to investigate the effect of colour of paper (blue, green, orange) on response rates for questionnaires distributed by the \"

• Carleton University STAT 3504
STAT 3504 Assignment 1 DUE: Monday, January 24 - in class For each of the problems #1 through #4, answer the following questions: a) b) c) d) e) What is the response variable? What is the study unit? Identify all factors and factor levels. If it is a mult

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• Carleton University STAT 3504
STAT 3504 Assignment #2 DUE: Wed. Feb. 9 Use SAS to help you do questions #1, #2, #3, #4 & #5. Hand in a copy of BOTH code and output. Remember to use the DM and FOOTNOTE statements at the beginning of your program. Also use a LINESIZE of 85 and a PAGESIZ

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STAT 3504 Assignment 3 Approx marks DUE: Monday, March 7 When using SAS: Hand in a copy of BOTH code and output. 1. In a study to determine whether students in B.A., B.Sc, and B.B.A. programs earn different amounts in summer jobs, a random sample of 4 stu

• Carleton University STAT 3504

• Carleton University STAT 3504
STAT 3504 Assignment 4 DUE: Wednesday March 23 Questions #1, 2 & 3 are to be done by hand 1. The following is a partial analysis of variance table for a two-factor factorial study with factor A having 4 levels, factor B having 3 levels, and a sample of n

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STAT 3504 Assignment #5 DUE: Wednesday April 6 1. For problem #21.7 in your text (Do by hand) a) Why do you think that \"age of subject\" was used as a blocking variable? b) A plot of the lipid level reductions vs the 3 levels of fat content is shown for ea

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STAT 3504 Final Review Problems II 1. a) b) c) d) e) 2. a) b) c) d) 3. What type of study would use to investigate the effect of 2 factors on a response? What are the advantages of such a study? What are the disadvantages? How do randomized block designs

• Carleton University STAT 3504
SINGLE FACTOR FIXED MODEL I Yij = jth observation on the ith factor level r ni Y i. = Y ij j=1 r r Yi. Y i .= ni Y . = nT = ni i=1 i=1 ni Y ij j=1 n i Y . Y . = nT i = i - . .= i= 1 i nT r r SSTO = i=1 2 Y . ni Y 2 ij j=1 r Y SSTR = Y nT i=1 ni nT wh

• Carleton University STAT 3504
STAT 3504 Analysis of Variance and Experimental Design Instructor: A. Woodside, Office: 5218 HP, Text: Applied Linear Statistical Models W/11 Phone: 520-2600 ext 8999 Email: awoodsid@math.carleton.ca Webpage: http:/math.carleton.ca/~awoodsid by Kutner, Na

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STAT 3504 Review Problems I: Midterm 1. A marketing researcher, having collected data on breakfast cereal expenditures by families with 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 children living at home, plans to use an ordinary regression model to estimate the mean expenditures a