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At the 0.05 level of significance,a.is there an interaction between the brake discs and the gauges?
b.is there an effect due to brake discs?
c.is there an effect due to the gauges?
d.Plot the mean temperature for each brake disc for each gauge.e.Discuss the results of (a) through (d).11.36 You are the production manager at a parachute manufacturing company. Parachutes are woven in your factory using a synthetic fiber purchased from one of four different suppliers. The strength of these fibers is an important characteristic that ensures quality parachutes. You need todecide whether the synthetic fibers from each of your four suppliers result in parachutes of equal strength. Furthermore, to produce parachutes your factory uses two types of looms, the Jetta and the Turk. You need to determine if the parachutes woven on each type of loom are equally strong.You also want to know if any differences in the strength of the parachute can be attributed to the four suppliers are dependent on the type of loom used. You conduct an experiment in which five different parachutes from each supplier are manufactured on each of the two different looms and collect and store the data in ParachuteTwoWayAt the 0.05 level of significance,a.is there an interaction between supplier and loom?.
b.is there an effect due to loom?
c.is there an effect due to supplier?
d.Plot the mean strength for each supplier for each loom.
e.If appropriate, use the Tukey procedure to determine differences between suppliers.It is not appropriate to use the Tukey procedure to determine the difference between suppliers. Repeat the analysis, using the Parachuteonewayfile with suppliers as the only factor. Compare your results to those of (e).
pressure are to be considered: 30 psi, 40 psi, and 50 psi. A random sample of 18 yarns areselected from the same batch, and the yarns are randomly assigned, 6 each, to the 3 levelsof air-jet pressure. The breaking strength scores are stored in Yarn.