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    ANOVA and Chi square analysis

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    Attached are two subject problems for review and completion. Please use MS EXCEL application to make the computations.

    treatment 1 // treatment 2 // treatment 3
    8 3 3
    6 2 4
    10 4 5
    9 3 4

    Test the hypothesis that the treatment means are equal. Use the .05 significance level.
    1 state the null and the alternate hypothesis
    2 what is the decision rule?
    3 compute the components of variance (SST -treatment, SSE-error, and SS total)
    4 complete an ANOVA table
    5 state your decision regarding the null hypothesis

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    Tom Seaver 13
    Nolan Ryan 33
    Ty Cobb 14
    George Brett 7
    Hank Aaron 36
    Johnny Bench 17
    Total 120

    There is no difference in the popularity of players
    1 State the null and the anternate hypothesis
    2 Select the level of significance (.05)
    3 Select the test statistic (chi-square)
    4 Formulate the decision rule
    5 compute the value of chi-square and make a decision

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    ANOVA
    Test the hypothesis that the treatment means are equal. Use the .05 significance level.
    1 state the null and the alternate hypothesis
    2 what is the decision rule?
    3 compute the components of variance (SST -treatment, SSE-error, and SS total)
    4 complete an ANOVA table
    5 state your decision regarding the null hypothesis

    The null hypothesis tested is
    H0: There is no significant difference in the mean of three treatments
    H1: There is significant difference in the mean of three treatments.

    Test Statistic used is ANOVA (F ...

    Solution Summary

    Step by step method for computing test statistic for a One way ANOVA and Chisquare is given in the answer.

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