STP452Assignment2 - 3. Chapter 6: Question #7: (Refers to...

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STP429: Assignment #2 Dr. Jennifer Broatch Problems listed are from the text. All problems must be answered completely and clearly for credit. All pages must be stapled together IN ORDER. If SAS output is required to complete the problem, attach the PERTINENT output. Indicate by highlighting etc. .. where the answer was located on the output. You must also write your specific answer to the question separately from the output. If you include all the output at the end, your answer must clearly indicate where the output is located (i.e. “see page 3 of the output provided”). Output without interpretation will NOT receive credit. Answers that do not clearly provide output from which the answer is derived will also not receive any credit. 1. Chapter 6: Question #1: (Refers to Chapter 5 #1) 2. Chapter 6: Question #4: (Refers to Part (c) of Chapter 5 #2)
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Chapter 6: Question #7: (Refers to Chapter 5 #3) 4. Chapter 6: Question #9: (Refers to Chapter 5 #5) 5. Chapter 7: Question #1 (Refers to Chapter 5 #1) 6. Chapter 7: Question #3: (Refers to Part (c) of Chapter 5 #2) 7. Chapter 7: Question #5 * : Use the data from problem #5 in Chapter 5 to complete the problem. (a) Answer the same questions as in parts (a) and (b) of Chapter 7 problem #1. (b) Compare the F statistic from the ANOVA table with T 2 , the square of the test statistic for testing H : 1 = 0 that was required in part (c) of problem #5 in Chapter 5. (c) The p-values are the same for the two tests. Intuitively, why does this make sense? (Hint: compare the hypotheses for each test.) 8. Chapter 7: Question #11- You do NOT need SAS for this! 1...
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