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Completely  Randomized Design Subjects Subjects Group A Group A Group B Group B Group C Group C Adams Adams X Allen Allen X Bailey Bailey X Dalton Dalton X Gray Gray X James James X Roberts Roberts X Smith Smith X White White X

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One-Dimensional Block Design  to Control Age Age Subject Group A Group B Group C 16 Gray 17 May May Gray Lee 20 Lee 28 Jones 29 Cooper Smith Jones Cooper 29 Smith 30 Adams 33 Brown Brown Adams Magee 34 Magee
Matched Pairs  Design Subjects Treatment Order Adams A B C Allen A C B Bailey B A C Dalton C B A Gray A B C James C B A Roberts B C A Smith C A B White A C B

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Hypothesis Testing Hypothesis Testing Examples of hypotheses made about a population parameter are: The mean monthly income for systems analysts is \$3,625. Twenty percent of all juvenile offenders are caught and sentenced to prison.
Testing a Hypothesis Testing a Hypothesis Tail Tail

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One Sample Mean Problem A recent article in Vitality magazine reported that the mean amount of leisure time per week for American men is 40.0 hours.
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• Spring '10
• Cleveland
• significance level, Adams Allen Bailey Dalton, Dalton Gray James, Gray James Roberts, Lee Jones Cooper Smith Adams Brown Magee

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