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Question 1 Refer to the following partial ANOVA results from Excel (some information is missing).

Question 1


Refer to the following partial ANOVA results from Excel (some information is missing).

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The number of observations in the entire sample is
Answer

20

19

22
1 points
Question 2


Here is an Excel ANOVA table that summarizes the results of an experiment to assess the effects of ambient noise level and plant location on worker productivity. The test used a= 0.05.

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Is the effect of plant location significant at a= .05?
Answer

Yes

No

Need more information to say
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Question 3


Using one-factor ANOVA with 30 observations we find at a= .05 that we cannot reject the null hypothesis of equal means. We increase the sample size from 30 observations to 60 observations and obtain the same value for the sample F test statistic. Which is correct?
Answer

We might now be able to reject the null hypothesis

We surely must reject H0 for 60 observations

C.We cannot reject H0 since we obtained the same F-value

It is impossible to get the same F-value for n = 60 as for n = 30
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Question 4


What are the degrees of freedom for Tukey's test statistic for a one-factor ANOVA with with n1= 6, n2 = 6, n3 = 6?
Answer

3, 6

6, 3

6, 15

3, 15
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Question 5


The Internal Revenue Service wishes to study the time required to process tax returns in three regional centers. A random sample of three tax returns is chosen from each of three centers. The time (in days) required to process each return is recorded as shown below

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The test to use to compare the means would require
Answer

Three-factor ANOVA

One-factor ANOVA

Two-factor ANOVA without replication

Two-factor ANOVA with replication
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Question 6


Here is an Excel ANOVA table that summarizes the results of an experiment to assess the effects of ambient noise level and plant location on worker productivity. The test used a= 0.05.

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Is the effect of noise level significant at a= .01?
Answer

Yes

No

Need more information to say
1 points
Question 7


Refer to the following MegaStat output (some information is missing). The sample size was n = 65 in a one-factor ANOVA.

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At a = .05, which is the critical value of the test statistic for a two-tailed test for a significant difference in means that are to be compared simultaneously? Note: this question requires a Tukey table.
Answer

2.81

2.54

2.33

1.96
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Question 8


Refer to the following partial ANOVA results from Excel (some information is missing). The response variable was Y = maximum amount of water pumped from wells (gallons per minute).

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The MS for interaction is
Answer

7.25

8.17

8.37

9.28
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Question 9


Refer to the following partial ANOVA results from Excel (some information is missing).
ANOVA Table

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The number of observations in the original sample was
Answer

59

60

58

54
1 points
Question 10


To compare the cost of three shipping methods, a random sample of four shipments is taken for each of three firms. The average cost per shipment is shown below.

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In a one-factor ANOVA, degrees of freedom for the within-groups sum of squares will be
Answer

11

3

9

2
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Question 11


Which is the Excel function to find the right-tail p-value for Fcalc = 4.52 with n1 = 15, n2 = 12?
Answer

=FDIST(4.52, 15, 12)

=FINV(4.52, 14, 11)

=FDIST(4.52, 14, 11)

=FINV(4.52, 15, 12)

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Refer to the following partial ANOVA results from Excel (some information is
missing).
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The number of observations in the entire sample is
Answer
20
19
22
1 points
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