More Practice Problem ANSWERS: 1-Way ANOVA

November 25, 2008 by  
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Item 3

Which is the best coffee (most cups ordered):

Blue-Label   Green-Label     Red-Label 
            13              1              5 
              4              1              2 
            10              2              2 
            13              2              2 
            11              2              6 
              3              4              4

Sum        54         12          21                87
Sum X2 584         30          89              703
N              6           6            6                18
SS           98          6          15.50          119.50

 

 

                       SS          df         ms
Between       163.00       2       81.50
Within          119.50     15         7.97
Total             282.50     17       16.62

 F = 10.23

Critical value of F = 3.68. F is significant.

Which is the best coffee. You’ll have to do t-tests to find out. But looking at the numbers above, you can guess that Blue Label is most likely to be the big winner. But you’ll know more after you do the post tests.

 

 

Item 4

Which is candle lasts more days?

Non-Sented     Low-Sented   High-Sented
      3                 5                 8
      9                 1                 2
      5                 2                 6
    11                 5                 4

Sum         28              13                20             61
Sum X2  236              55              120           411
N               4                 4                  4             12
SS           40              12.75            20         72.75

 

SS        df        ms

Between         27.17      2        14.08

Within            72.75      9         8.08

Total               100.92  11        9.17                

 

F = 1.74

 Critical value of F = 4.26. F is not significant.

Which is candle lasts more days? No significant difference between them. Choose any.

 

 

 

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Practice Problem ANSWERS: 1-Way ANOVA

November 24, 2008 by  
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Item 1 

Year in school and car accidents.

10th     11th    12th
   2        13        4
   9        17        8
   3        14        2
   1          9        1
   7         1         4

 

                      SS      df    ms

Between     150.53    2   75.27

Within        228.80  12   19.07

Total          379.33  14   27.10

F =   3.95

Which grade has the most car accidents: The critical value is 3.74, so F is significant. You can now do multiple t-tests to discover which means are significantly different from each other.

 

Item 2

House color and people’s stay (in years).

Blue    Green   Peach
  8        11         4
  7         9          8
  3         7          9
  1       18          2
  9       12          4

                   SS     df    ms

Between     116.13   2   58.07

Within        151.60  12  12.63

Total          267.73   14   19.12

F =   4.60

Which color of house is lived in the longest (in years)? The critical value is 3.74, so F is significant. You can now do multiple t-tests to discover which means are significantly different from each other.

 

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Practice Problem ANSWERS: Dispersion

November 22, 2008 by  
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Item 1

Calculate the range of the following scores:

19
15
  8
  5
  5
  2

High Score 19
Low Score    2
Range        17

 

Item 2

Calculate the range and SS of the following scores:

11
  9
  8
  7
  5
  7

High Score      11
Low Score         5
SumX              47
SumX2          389
(SumX)2      2209
N                      6
SS              20.83
variance    3.47 (if a population) or 4.17 (if a sample)

 

Item 3

Calculate the variance of the following population:

18
  9
  7
  5
  4
  2

SumX              45
SumX2          499
(SumX)2      2025
N                      6
SS                 161.50
variance         26.92

 

Item 4

Calculate the SS, variance and stdev of the following population:

  3
18
  9
  6
10
  6
  4

SumX                56
SumX2            602
(SumX)2            3136
N                       7
SS                  154
variance           22
stdev                 4.69

 

Item 5

Calculate the range, SS, variance and stdev of the following sample:

  12
    3
    9
    5
    5
    5
    7
  11
 14
– 1

Range     15
N            10
SS          186
variance  20.67 (it is a sample, so it is Sum of Squares divided by N-1)
The standard deviation would be 4.55

 

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More Practice Problem ANSWERS: Regression

November 7, 2008 by  
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Item 6

If there are 7 professors, how many classes will be taught:

Professors         Classes

        1                     3 
        4                     8 
      12                   13 
        8                     2 
        7                     8 
        7                     9

a =   2.82

b =    .67

r =    .61

see = 3.60

If X (professors) is 7, Y (classes) will be = 7.51

 

Item 7

If there are 150 candles, how many flowers will a wedding have:

Candles       Flowers

    22                 2 
      8                 4 
      6                 9 
      3               11 
    12                 4 
      1                 6 
    16               19

a =   8.24

b =  – .04

How accurate is your prediction? (see) =  6.36

If X is 150 (candles), Y (flowers) will be = 2.27

 

Item 8

How much will tuition (in thousands) be in 1997:

Year          Tuition

1990             1
1991             3
1992             9
1993           12
1994           16

a =    .40

b =  3.90

[Hint: use the last digit of the year or convert Years to your own integers]

If X (year) is 7, Y (tuition) will be = 27.7

 

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More Practice Problem ANSWERS: Correlation

November 5, 2008 by  
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Item 5

How much variance is NOT accounted for between these two variables:

Strength   Anxiety 
    2                     3 
    9                     7 
    3                     4 
    1                     1 
    7                   12

SSx =     47.20
SSy =     73.20
SSxy =   47.20
r =              .80
r2 =       .65 or 65%

1 – r2 = .35 or 35%

 

Item 6

Is there a significant relationship between the number of petals on a flower and how much the elephant plant weighs:

Petals      Weight 
  18                     1 
  15                     7 
    8                   11 
    6                     6 
    4                   18 
    2                   22

SSx =  200.83
SSy =  310.83
SSxy = – 211.17
r =  – .85
r2 = .71
Check r against the Critical values of the Pearson r table using 4 degrees of freedom = .811
Since r of .85 is larger than the table r of .81, this correlation is significant and the relationship you see is not likely to be due to chance.

 

Item 7

What percent of variance do love and peace have in common:

Love          Peace 
 12                     1 
 22                     3 
   8                     0 
 19                     1 
   2                   11 
   9                     4 
   7                     5

SSx =    295.43
SSy =      83.71
SSxy = – 92.14
r =  – .59
r2 = .34 or 34% of the variance in common

 

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More Practice Problem ANSWERS: t-Test

November 4, 2008 by  
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#4

Which students do significantly better in reading (Words per minute):

High Sch     College 
    7                     5 
    4                     3 
    6                     1 
    6                   11 
    3                     8 
    2                     8 
    1                   13 
    6                     9

t = 1.77

Which students do significantly better in reading: No significant difference. The differences between student groups is likely to be due to chance.

 

 

#5

Which cars are the safest (accidents):

Foreign      Domestic 
    16             1 
    14             3 
    12             9 
    18           11 
    12             6 
      7             1

t = 3.45

Which cars are the safest (accidents): Domestic cars are significantly safer than foreign cars.

 

 

#6

Which dogs are the meanest (bites per minute):

Big             Little 
 1                   6 
 4                   3 
 3                   9 
 8                 11 
 2                 16 
 7                 11 
 5                 22 
 3                   7

t = 2.37

Which dogs are the meanest (bites per minute): Little dogs are significantly meaner.

 

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Practice Problem ANSWERS: t-Test

November 4, 2008 by  
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#1

Calculate am independent t-test for the following data:

X1            X2
6             12
4               4
2               7
3             10
9               5
6               8
5               3

Mean of group 1        5

Mean of group 2       7

Difference between the means   2

SS of group 1           32

SS of group 2           64

n(n-1)                      42

t = 1.32

How many degrees of freedom (df) at in this study   N-2 = 12

What is the critical value for t (2 tailed, .05 alpha)      2.18

Is the t significant       No. The calculated value (1.32) is not equal to (or bigger) that the critical value (2.18). The differences between the groups is likely to be due to chance.

 

 

#2

Calculate am independent t-test for the following data:

X1            X2
15          3
11          5
  8          4
12          2
  7          6

 

Mean of group 1     10.60

Mean of group 2      4.00

SS of X1     41.20

SS of X2    10

t =   4.13

 

 

#3

Calculate am independen t-test for the following data:

X1              X2
  6           3
  7           5
  6           3
  8           2
  4           7
11           4 

 

t = 2.48

How many degrees of freedom (df) at in this study     10

What is the critical value for t (2 tailed, .05 alpha)       2.23

Is the t significant? Yes

 

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More Practice Problem ANSWERS: ANOR

November 4, 2008 by  
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 Item 5

To discover if education has a significant impact on people’s income, use the following information, perform an Analysis of Regression and complete the following summary table:

r= .73
SSx = 98
SSy = 44
N = 13

                            SS          df          ms

Regression          23.45        1       23.45
Error                   20.55      11        1.87
Total                   44           12         3.67

F = 12.55
What is the critical value for F:    4.84
Is the F significant?  Yes

Item 6

To discover if music lessons have a significant impact on people’s intelligence, use the following information, perform an Analysis of Regression and complete the following summary table:

r= -.56
SSx = 111.3
SSy = 87.8
N = 16 

                         SS          df           ms
Regression      27.53         1        27.53
Error               60.27       14         4.30
Total               87.80       15         5.85

F = 6.40
What is the critical value for F:   4.60
Is the F significant?  Yes 

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Practice Problem ANSWERS: ANOR

November 4, 2008 by  
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Item 1

Calculate an Analysis of Regression on the following data, where Reading is predicting Education:

Reading     Education 
    15                 11 
      7                  8 
      2                  5 
      9                  4 
      4                  4 
    11                  9

 

What is the Pearson r:   .78

Perform the following calculations:

                            SS           df        ms

Regression         26.04         1      26.04

Error                  16.80         4        4.20

TOTAL              42.84         5        8.57

 

What is the F for this test:   6.20

 

 

Item 2

Calculate an Analysis of Regression on the following data, where TV watching predicts Violence:

Television       Violence 
    2                       7 
    4                     14 
    8                     12 
  13                       8 
  16                       5 
  19                       2

 

Perform the following calculations:

                             SS           df     ms

Regression         50.86          1     50.86

Error                  47.14          4     11.78

TOTAL             98.00          5     19.60

 

What is the F for this test:   4.32

 

 

Item 3

To discover if TV watching has a significant impact on people’s shyness, use the following information, perform an Analysis of Regression and complete the following summary table:

r= .88

SSx = 50

SSy = 74

N = 12

 

                        SS        df        ms

Regression       57.31           57.31

Error                16.69   10        1.67

Total                74        11        6.73

                                   

                        F =       34.33

Is the critical value for F:   4.96

Is the F significant?  Yes

 

 

Item 4

To discover if learning statistics has a significant impact on people’s friendliness, use the following information, perform an Analysis of Regression and complete the following summary table:

r= .32

SSx = 30

SSy = 66

N = 15

 

                         SS        df        ms

Regression         6.76      1         6.76

Error                59.24    13        4.56

Total                66         14        4.71

                                   

                        F =       1.48

What is the critical value for F:   4.67

Is the F significant?  No

 

 

 

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Practice Problem ANSWERS: Regression

November 4, 2008 by  
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Item 1

Calculate the z-score, assuming:

X = 10
mean = 50
stdev = 10
X – mean = – 40 
z score = 4.0

 

Item 2

Calculate the z-score, assuming:

X = 80
mean = 50
stdev = 15
X – mean = 30
z score = 2.0 

 

 

Item 3

Calculate the z-score, assuming:

X = 112
mean = 100
stdev = 15
X – mean = 12
z score = .80

 

 

Item 4

Calculate the raw score, assuming:

z = 1.5
mean = 115
stdev = 10
z * stdev = 15
X = 130

 

 

Item 5

Calculate the raw score, assuming:

z = -1.37
mean = 100
stdev = 20
z * stdev = 27.4
X = 72.6

 

 

Item 6

Calculate the raw score, assuming:

z =  2.54
mean = 80
stdev = 20
X = 130.8 
   2.54*20 = 50.8 
   50.8 + 80 = 130.8

 

 

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