Unformatted text preview: Â§ 5.5 of our text and, in particular, Â§ 5.5.2. 2. Do problem 14.5 on pp. 383â€“384 in our text. 3. Do problem 16.6 on pp.446â€“447 in our text. 4. Do problem 16.8 in our text. In answering this problem, complete the following steps. a. Identify the following: (i) the split plots, (ii) the whole plots, (iii) the split plot factor, (iv) the whole plot factor, (v) the treatment structure for whole plots, (vi) the design structure for whole plots, (vii) the treatment structure for split plots, and (viii) the design structure for split plots. b. Analyze these data. State the model that you use; present the ANOVA Table; test for main eï¬€ects of sign (yes/no), timing, and a sign*timing interaction. State your conclusions. d. Use orthogonal polynomials to determine whether or not traï¬ƒc speed is linear in the controlled timing between vehicles. State your conclusions. 1...
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- Fall '08
- Statistics, English-language films, split plots, mean softness ratings, highest softness ratings