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HW10_part2 - Homework 10 06/04/2008 Kiess textbook Psych...

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Homework 10 06/04/2008 Psych 100A Spring 2008 Kiess textbook (1) Testing your knowledge 12.1: 2 to 11 on page 343 (2) Testing your knowledge 12.3: 2((a) to (i)), 3, 4 (for 3&4 , only(a) to (g)) on page 357 (3) Review questions 10: 1(a) (only do ANOVA, no Tukey’s HSD), 2((a) to(c)), 3, 4 on page 362 (4) Testing your knowledge 13.1: 2, 3(a)(b) on page 371 (5) Testing your knowledge 13.2: 4(a) on page 385 (6) Testing your knowledge 13.3: 1, 2 on page 390 Additional problems: 1. A little league baseball bat manufacturer can build aluminum bats using three different manufacturing processes. He wishes to know whether the processes affect the power of the bat. He builds a bat-swinging machine that is designed to simulate a human batter, and he has the machine use each of the three bats to hit eight baseballs. He records the distance each ball travels (in feet) before it hits the ground, as shown in the table. Does the manufacturing process affect bat power? Perform an appropriate ANOVA test using
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HW10_part2 - Homework 10 06/04/2008 Kiess textbook Psych...

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