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3.4 Exploratory Data Analysis
e. Show the box plots for the two groups. Did men or women have the most variation in
finish times? Explain.
SELF test
41. Annual sales, in millions of dollars, for 21 pharmaceutical companies follow.
8408
1374
1872
8879
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TABLE 3.14 DATA FOR 25 ASIAPACIFIC BUSINESS SCHOOLS
Business School
Students
Local
Foreign
FullTime
per
Tuition
Tuition
Enrollment
Faculty
($)
($)
Starting
Age
%Foreign GMAT
English
Work
Salary
Test
Experience
($)
Melbourne Business School
200
5
24,420
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Inference About Means and Proportions with Two Populations
Applications
A BusinessWeek/Harris survey asked senior executives at large corporations their opinions
about the economic outlook for the future. One question was, Do you think that
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Tests of Goodness of Fit and Independence
brochure Colors, made available by M&M/MARS Consumer Affairs, the distribution
of colors for the plain candies is as follows:
Brown
Yellow
Red
Orange
Green
Blue
30%
20%
20%
10%
10%
10%
In a followu
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WEB file
FirstBirth
Supplem
entary
Exercise
s
A production
line
operates
with a
mean
filling
weight
of
16
ounces
per
containe
r.
Overfilling or
underfill
ing
presents
a
serious
problem
and
when
detected
requires
the
operator
to
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Inferences About Population Variances
Compute the sample mean.
Compute the sample standard deviation.
Compute a 95% confidence interval for the population standard deviation.
Part variability is critical in the manufacturing of ball bearing
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Descriptive Statistics: Numerical Measures
What percentage of students have an SAT verbal score greater than 615?
What percentage of students have an SAT verbal score greater than 715?
What percentage of students have an SAT verbal score bet
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9.8 Determining the Sample Size for a Hypothesis Test About a Population Mean
A production line operation is tested for filling weight accuracy using the following
hypotheses.
Hypothesis
Conclusion and Action
H0:
16
Filling okay; keep running
Ha :
1
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Thus, the individual 95% confidence interval for method A goes from 62 5.19
56.81 to 62 5.19 67.19. Because the sample sizes are equal for the Chemitech
experiment, the individual confidence inte
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Step 1. Compute the total sum of squares.
a
SST(xijk
b
r
x )2
(13.27)
i 1j 1k 1
Step
2.
Compute the sum of squares for factor A.
a
SSA br (xi. x )2
(13.28)
i 1
Step
3.
Compute the sum of squares
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making a Type I error for the overall experiment to be EW, we simply use a
comparisonwise error rate equal to EW/C. In the Chemitech experiment, if we want
to use Fishers LSD procedure to test a
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The
statistical
methods
used in
studying the
relationship
between two
variables
were first
employed by
Sir Francis
Galton
(18221911).
Galton was
interested in
studying the
relationship
between a
fathers
height and
the sons
height.
Galtons
disciple,
Ka
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Use analysis of variance to test for any significant differences due to years of experience.
Use a .05 level of significance, and for now, ignore the effect of position.
At the .05 level of signi
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Develop the estimated regression equation that could be used to predict the price given
the weight.
Test for the significance of the relationship at the .05 level of significance.
Did the estimated
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and Analysis of Variance
Estimates: The F Test
CONTENTS
STATISTICS IN PRACTICE: BURKE
MARKETING SERVICES, INC.
AN INTRODUCTION TO
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND
ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
Data Collection Assumptions
for Analysis of
Varia
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Experimental Design and Analysis of Variance
Many practitioners find it easier to determine how large the difference
between the sample means must be to reject H0. In this case the test statistic is xi
xj, and the test is conducted by the f
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FIGURE 14.7 EXAMPLE OF A LINEAR APPROXIMATION OF A NONLINEAR
RELATIONSHIP
y
Actual
relationship
^
y = b0 + b1x
x
Smallest
Largest
x value
x value
Range of x
values observed
linear approximation provided by y b0 b1x is goo
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FIGURE 13.8 EXCEL SOLUTION FOR THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER STRESS TEST
A
B
C
D
1
Controller
System A
2
1
15
15
18
3
2
14
14
14
4
3
10
11
15
5
4
13
12
17
6
5
16
13
16
7
6
13
13
13
E
F
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FIGURE 13.6
Experimental Design and Analysis of Variance
MINITAB OUTPUT FOR THE GMAT TWOFACTOR DESIGN
SOURCE
DF
SS
MS
F
P
Factor A
2
6100
3050
1.38
0.299
Factor B
2
45300
22650
10.27
0.005
Interaction
4
11200
2800
1.27
0.350
Error
9
19850
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14.5 Testing for Significance
Does the t test indicate a significant relationship between grade point average and
monthly salary? What is your conclusion? Use .05.
Test for a significant relationship using the F test. What is your conclusion? Use .05.
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13.5 Factorial Experiment
TABLE 13.11 ANOVA TABLE
FOR THE TWOFACTOR FACTORIAL
EXPERIMENT WITH r REPLICATIONS
Source
Sum
Degrees
Mean
of Freedom
Square
of Variation of Squares
Factor A
SSA
Factor B
SSB
SSA
a 1
MSA
a 1
SSB
Interaction
SSAB
Error
SSE
To
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Compute the sum of squares due to error.
Compute the mean square due to error.
Set up the ANOVA table for this problem.
At the .05 level of significance, test whether the means for the three trea
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FIGURE 12.4 EXCEL WORKSHEET FOR THE SCOTT MARKETING RESEARCH
GOODNESS OF FIT TEST
A
B
C
D
E
1 Goodness of Fit Test
2
3
Observed
Expected
4
Frequency Frequency
Calculations
5
48
60
=(A5B5)^2/B5
6
98
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14.3 Coefficient of Determination
TABLE 14.4 COMPUTATION OF THE TOTAL SUM OF SQUARES FOR ARMANDS
PIZZA PARLORS
xiStudent
yiQuarterly
Restaurant
Population
Sales
i
(1000s)
($1000s)
Squared
Deviation
y
y
Deviation
(
y y)2
i
i
1
2
58
72
5,184
2
6
105
25
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13.3 Multiple Comparison Procedures
Use analysis of variance to test for a significant difference among the means of the three
treatments.
Use Fishers LSD procedure to determine which means are different.
Applications
15. To test whether the mean time
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FIGURE 13.1 COMPLETELY RANDOMIZED DESIGN FOR EVALUATING
THE CHEMITECH ASSEMBLY METHOD EXPERIMENT
Employees at the plant in
Columbia, South Carolina
Random sample of 15 employees
is s
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cereals and stated what they thought about
the taste of each.
STATISTICS in PRACTICE
BURKE MARKETING SERVICES,
INC.*
CINCINNATI, OHIO
Burke Marketing Services, Inc., is one of the
most experienced market research firms in
the i
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TABLE 13.8
Experimental Design and Analysis of Variance
ANOVA TABLE FOR THE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER STRESS TEST
Source
of Variation
Sum
Degrees
Mean
of Squares
of Freedom
Square
Treatments
21
2
10.5
Blocks
30
5
6.0
Error
19
10
1.9
Total
70
1