MattsonD_Cpt11HW.xlsx - Consider an experiment with four...

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Consider an experiment with four groups, with eight values in each group.Based on your knowledge of ANOVA relationships complete the missing values from the Table below:Source of VariationDegrees FreedomSum of SquaresMean Square (Variance)F testAmong groups3240804Within groups2856020Total31800Copy the completed table to hand in on paper.c4n32
MainSatellite 1Satellite 2Satellite 3In a sample of 4 indepen120.0830.7575.8654.05The wait times (from ch81.9061.8337.8838.8278.7926.4068.7336.85a At the 0.05 level of signifi63.8353.8451.0832.83Show all steps to the hyp79.7772.3050.2152.94You do not have to calcu47.9453.0958.4734.13b If, appropriate based on 79.8827.6786.2969.37Please put the results fo48.6352.4662.9078.52Include the output in you55.4310.6444.8455.95Part B will be on the nex64.0653.5064.1749.6164.9937.2850.6866.4053.8234.3147.9776.06null: mu1 = mu2 = mu3 =62.4366.0060.5711.37alternate: at least one in65.078.9958.3783.5181.0229.7530.4039.1769.8441.2556.5651.97 Sample Mean18.202 19.390102 14.330152 20.206093 Sample Standard Deviation54.9075 Grand Mean4 CAnova: Single FactorSUMMARYGroupsColumn 1Column 2Column 3Column 4ANOVASource of VariationBetween GroupsWithin GroupsTotal

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