One-way ANOVA Solutions
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a.
Boxplot of y vs code
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code
There seems to be more variability in the observations from code 2. We will probably see
a difference in means because of code 1.
b.
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RSM Intro and Designs - Homework
Always use =0.05 unless told otherwise. Although we would never do this in the real
world, continue with the analysis if the model is not adequate.
1. Consider the design of an experiment to fit the first-order response mo
HW 13 Solutions
CQAS 670
1.
a) This is a rotatable central composite design. For this experiment, we have a
full
factorial design with 5 centerpoints and axial points with value
.
b) Fitting a full quadratic model to this data yields the following result
HW 9 Solutions
CQAS 670
1.
a) The
fractional factorial design used for this experiment has generators ABCD
and ACE. Therefore, this design has the defining relation I = ABCD = ACE = BDE.
Since the smallest word in this defining relation has 3 letters, we
HW 8 Solutions
CQAS 670
1.
a)
b)
c)
: We are running
of the runs from the full-factorial
design.
: We are running
of the runs from the full-factorial
design.
: We are running
of the runs from the full-factorial
design.
: The number of independent generato
Homework 7 Solutions
CQAS 607
1. Semiconductor Fabrication Plant Experiment
a) In order to determine variable coding for this experiment we use the following
formula to transform into .
Therefore, the coding equation for the factor development time is
.
b
Homework 5 Solutions
CQAS 670
1. Water Boiling Experiment
a) General Linear Model: Y versus Burner, Salt
Analysis of Variance for Time, using Adjusted SS for Tests
Source
Burner
Salt
Burner*Salt
Error
Total
S = 0.707107
DF
3
3
9
32
47
Seq SS
110.5000
6.83
HW 11 Solutions
CQAS 670
1. Automobile Engine Data
a) To begin this problem we want to fit a multiple linear regression model to this data. We
always want to create the model in coded terms in order to retain the nice properties that
coding provides. Henc
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Equilibrium of a Rigid Body
ILOs Covered in this Chapter
Use the method of joints and the method
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members of a pin-connected plane truss.
Calculate the mechanical advantage of
pulley systems.
Simple Trusses
Chapter 3
Force System Resultants
ILOs Covered in this Chapter
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Develop critical thinking and problem solving
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Break force vectors into rectangular
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