Project3_11 - STA 6166 Fall 2011 Project 3 Due Part 1 Interaction Between Theophylline and Heartburn Medication A study was conducted to determine

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STA 6166 – Fall 2011 Project 3 – Due 11/7/11 Part 1: Interaction Between Theophylline and Heartburn Medication A study was conducted to determine whether pepcid or tagamet interacted with theophylline in terms of the clearance (rate at which drug passes through blood system, in liters/hour) in healthy adults. The data are in the file theoph.txt and theoph.xls . A group of 14 adults were obtained, and each were given the following 3 treatments (in random order with sufficient time between dosing): Theophylline and Placebo Theophylline and Pepcid Theophylline and Tagamet The response measured was the clearance rate of theophylline (slow rates mean the drug tends to stay in the body too long). Complete the following parts: Obtain the Analysis of Variance. List all sources of variation, degrees of freedom, sums of squares, mean squares, and F -statistic Test whether the true mean rating scores differ among the 3 treatments at the α =0.05 significance level. Fully state all aspects of the test, as well as the observed significance level ( P -value). Use Tukey’s and Bonferroni’s procedures to compare all pairs of treatments (use an experiment-wise error rate of 0.05). How many subjects per treatment would have been necessary had this been run as a completely randomized
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course STA 6166 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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Project3_11 - STA 6166 Fall 2011 Project 3 Due Part 1 Interaction Between Theophylline and Heartburn Medication A study was conducted to determine

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