# Sol3 - pairs of interval estimates 4.9(a B=t(0.9833;14)=2.360(How this value is obtained is shown below do interpolation between t(0.98;14)=2.264

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3.14(a) H-o: E(Y)=beta-Otbeta-1 X; H-a not =beta-Otbeta-1 X For the full model, refer to Formula (3.16), SSPE=128.75 F*= (17.712) divided by (128.75112) =0.824; F(0.99;2,12)=6.93, cannot reject H-o (b) No. (c) it does not apply for the result of part(a) (b) Negatively, no (c) we conclude that beta-o is between 162.901 and 174.299 and beta-1 is between 1.840 and 2.228. The family confidence coefficient is at least 0.9 that the procedure leads to correct

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Unformatted text preview: pairs of interval estimates. 4.9(a) B=t(0.9833;14)=2.360 (How this value is obtained is shown below) do interpolation between t(0.98;14)=2.264 and t(0.985;14)=2.415, so (b)F(0.9;2,14)=2.737, W=2.34, no, for the reason, please refer to 'Comments 1' on PI59 (c) F(0.9;2,14)=2.737, S=2.34, B=t(0.975;14)=2.145, Bonferroni is better....
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Sol3 - pairs of interval estimates 4.9(a B=t(0.9833;14)=2.360(How this value is obtained is shown below do interpolation between t(0.98;14)=2.264

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