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47 Consider the popcorn data on page 3.8 of the lecture notes, with the complete ANOVA
table on page 3.29 (of slides3A 2page.pdf on the webpage). Give a
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Section 0
1. Computer output for analysis of a random sample of data is shown below. Some of the
quantities are missing. Compute the values of the missing quant
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70. #A1 on pages 250-1
(a) nuisance factor is the composition of the soils associated with each of the blocks
of farmland.
(b) each plot is a unit.
(c)
Section 1: Introduction to Experimental Design
(Section 1.1 & Chapter 4)
William Christensen
3-Factor Popcorn Experiment
Prefer:
low salt or high salt?
canola oil or buttery oil?
Orville or no-name br
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61. Plot of all four power curves:
63. (a) Interaction Plots:
(b) Factor #1: Gender, two levels (male and female)
Factor #2: Personality type, two levels
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25 (#B1 p. 116) For seeds of wild grasses:
(a) WeightRatio
(b) SpeciesNominal
(c) Percent (out of 10) that germinateRatio.although you could argue for or
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Section 0
1. Computer output for analysis of a random sample of data is shown below. Some of
the quantities are missing. Compute the values of the missing
Stat 230 - Fall 2010
Exam #1
October 8-11, 2010
NAME cfw_1 pt.:
SHOW ALL WORK ON PROBLEMS REQUIRING CALCULATIONS!
1. cfw_4 pts. Suppose we are interested in estimating a parameter . Four dierent estim
Stat 230 Final Exam Review
Section 7
Nuisance factor
Handling nuisance influences
(randomize or block)
Randomization in CB designs
3 ways to get blocks
Decomposition for CB[1]
Statistical model
Stat 230 Midterm #2 Review
Chapter 3
Statistical model / Decomposing a
measurement
CAZSIN and checking assumptions
Factor diagram and data decomposition
for BF designs with no interactions (e.g.,
B