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Unformatted text preview: Study Questions These are examples of the kinds of questions that might appear on the final exam. You might also review the Conceptual Exercises in the Sleuth ; “thought” questions in the homework assignments; the Glossary; and announcements and comments appearing on Blackboard. 1. Suppose we measure some response in samples from three populations, each with the same underlying variance, σ 2 . To test the null hypothesis that γ 1 ≡ μ 1 1 2 ( μ 2 + μ 3 ) = 0 , we use the statistic ˆ γ 1 SE (ˆ γ 1 ) = ¯ Y 1 1 2 ( ¯ Y 2 + ¯ Y 3 ) radicalBig MSE [1 /n 1 + (1 / 4) · (1 /n 2 + 1 /n 3 )] . If γ 2 ≡ 2 μ 1 ( μ 2 + μ 3 ) , show that the statistic for testing the null hypothesis γ 2 = 0 is identical to the above statistic. 2. What is wrong with this formulation of the regression model: μ ( Y  X ) = β + β 1 X + ǫ ? 3. In the Spock example, write down a null hypothesis of possible interest that involves more than two populations (judges). Explain what question you would be addressing by testingthan two populations (judges)....
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2009 for the course STAT 511 taught by Professor Paulmurtaugh during the Fall '09 term at Oregon State.
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