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Unformatted text preview: Review of Completely Randomized Designs Respond to the following questions individually then discuss your answers as a group. You should hand in your individual response. We will discuss your group responses and then I will lecture on other topics. The cow diet data from your book lists food intake ( dmi ) for 6 different diets. Diet Food Intake 1 27.81,27.76,21.48,24.72,26.23,23.95,24.37,26.20,24.25,28.18 2 26.49,22.66,27.54,28.01,23.36,24.61,28.01,26.95,28.02,23.71 3 27.66,27.10,25.12,25.18,32.95,24.86,24.99,23.69,26.65,18.97 4 24.49,25.41,25.18,27.13,24.92,22.96,24.96,26.69,22.98,21.67 5 26.75,17.09,23.75,23.03,24.24,25.18,27.89,25.34 6 26.04,23.95,22.92,27.49,23.81,22.34,27.30,25.47,23.39,26.35 Use the SAS source code and data set provided to generate output. Answer the following questions. 1. Based on the plot of diet vs. food intake, what would you say was the relationship between these two variables? 2. Does mean food intake depend on diet? Write this as a statistical hypothesis test and record the F-test and p-value from your handout....
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- Spring '08