HW2 - indicated by three levels Normal Overweight and Obese...

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STT 422 HW #2  Due: Monday, June 2 Text Questions: 13.1 13.2 13.7 13.16 Additional Questions: 1.  Complete the following ANOVA table: Source Sum of  Squares Degrees of  Freedom Mean Square F Factor A 150 c) d) g) Factor B a) 2 e) h) Interaction 60 6 f) i) Error 40 b) 4 Total 450 21  a)-i) What values go here?  (You may want to solve a-c in order) j) How many observations are there? k) How many factors levels are there for Factor A?  For factor B)? l) Describe the significance of the interaction, and then Factors A and B.  2.  Suppose we want to test whether the interaction of gender and body mass index (BMI) 
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Unformatted text preview: indicated by three levels: Normal, Overweight, and Obese, has an effect on Diastolic blood pressure. The data taken is summarized below: Normal Overweight Obese Male 75,77,80 80,83,84 89,90,92 Female 73,75,71 86,89,90 95,93,97 a) Find the pooled standard deviation. Is this a valid measure of the standard deviation? b) Is the interaction significant for this data? (perform a formal test, not a graphical analysis)....
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