MATH 204 - ASSIGNMENT 3
Please Hand in Assignment in the Lecture on Friday 30th March.
For this assignment, all calculations can be done by hand with a calculator. However, you may use SPSS or other
s
MATH 204 - EXERCISES 2
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1 Download the SOIL.SAV dataset from the course website at
www.math.mcgill.ca/dstephens/204/Data/Soil.sav
(a) Repeat the analysis in SPSS
MATH 204 - ASSIGNMENT 3
Please Hand in Assignment in the Lecture on Friday 30th March.
For this assignment, all calculations can be done by hand with a calculator. However, you may use SPSS or other
s
MATH 204 - ASSIGNMENT 2
Please Hand in Assignment in the Lecture on Wednesday 7th March.
The study of lung expiratory pressure capacity in sufferers from cystic brosis is to be studied, with the
objec
MATH 204 - EXERCISES 1
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The following questions relate to a completely randomized design (CRD) with k treatment groups.
We use the following notation:
ni is the
MATH 204 Assignment 1 Solutions
Memory Task Data Set: Response is Number of Words remembered, Factor is Memory Training
method.
ANOVA F-test statistic F=9.085
(a) ANOVA TABLE (from SPSS)
Sum of
Square
MATH 204 - ASSIGNMENT 2: S OLUTIONS
(a) Fitting the simple linear regression model to each of the variables in turn yields the following
results: we look at t-tests for the individual coefcients, and
MATH 204 - EXERCISES 3
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1. Calculus Exercise: Derive the form of the least-squares estimates of 0 and 1 derived from the
regression model, obtained by minimizing
MATH 204 - M ID -T ERM : S OLUTIONS
1. This is a randomized block design with replication; the variable method provides the treatment
of interest, and variety is a blocking factor.
For the analysis, w
MATH 204 - M ID -T ERM
Please Hand in Assignment in the Lecture on Wednesday 7th February.
Carry out analyses of the following two data sets, and report the results. In each case, state the design
bei
MATH 204 E XAMINATION 2006
S OLUTIONS
1. For this question I will use the following notation:
store : for the store factor predictor
shelf : for the shelf space as a factor predictor
shelfx : for the
MATH 204 - EXERCISES 4
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1. Dene the following vectors and matrices:
n 1 vector y = [y1 , . . . , yn ]T
n 2 matrix X given by
X=
1 1
x1 x2
2 1 Parameter estim
MATH 204 - ASSIGNMENT 1
Please Hand in Assignment in the Lecture on Friday 26th January.
A standard model of memory is that the degree to which the subject remembers verbal material is a
function of t