Stats HW5 # 5

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 Factor
A:
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 Factor
A:
 




Dosage
 
 


































 5
mg
 10
mg
 
 1
 
 2
 Injection
 
 3
 
 4
 Skin
patch
 
 5
 
 6
 Intravenous
drip
 Factor
B:
 Method
of
 Administration
 Random
 Allocation
 Group
1:
 25
subjects
 
 Group
2:
 25
subjects
 
 Group
3:
 25
subjects
 
 Group
4:
 25
subjects
 
 Group
5:
 25
subjects
 
 Group
6:
 25
subjects
 
 Treatment
1:
 Intravenous,
5mg
 Treatment
2:
 Intravenous,
10mg
 Treatment
3:
 Injection,
5mg
 Treatment
4:
 Injection,
10mg
 Compare
 Response
 Treatment
5:
 Skin
patch,
5mg
 Treatment
6:
 Skin
patch,
10mg
 
b)



The
benefit
of
having
a
larger
group
of
subjects
is
that
it
could
 eliminate
lurking
variables
by
decreasing
variability
and
taking
a
larger
 sample
of
the
population.
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course STATS 1000 taught by Professor Morris during the Spring '11 term at Manitoba.

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