STAT 7010 Homework 1
For Chapter 1:
1. Exercise on page 15.
Answer:
Here, Ho = i= j and Ha = i j
The t critical value needed is
t20(0.05/(2 x 10) = 3.153. We will reject the null hypothesis if
3.153( 8.06 x 2/5) = 5.66
exceeds
From SAS output we can see t
STAT 7010: Experimental Design II
1. Completely Randomized Designs
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Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Auburn University
Spring 2017
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1
Introduction
2
The Fixed
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Canada is one of the most economically developed countries in the world
over the recent years, their GDP is increasing 2% every year since 20 years.
By the 2 graphs, we can see that in overall it has been increasing seriously
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STAT 7010: Experimental Design II
3. Factorial Designs
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Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Auburn University
Fall 2017
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1
Introduction
2
The Two-Factor Factorial
STAT 7010 Spring 2017
Homework 1
Due Date: 2/23, Thursday
For Chapter 1:
1. Apply all estimation and testing procedures from Chapter 1 on the following data set. List the
code; report the conclusions of tests, the estimations, and plots. (No need to list
STAT 7010: Experimental Design II
2. Randomized Blocks, Latin Squares, and Related Designs
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Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Auburn University
Fall 2017
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Outline
1
The
STAT 7010: Experimental Design II
1. Completely Randomized Designs
Xiaoyu Li
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Auburn University
Fall 2017
Xiaoyu Li (Auburn University)
STAT 7010 Lecture Notes
Fall 2017
1 / 47
Outline
1
Introduction
2
The Fixed Eff