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Quiz 6 (Multiple Linear Regression) This is a new paper use for the program The production of a chemical compound requires a duration period of 5.5 hours +/- 5 hours speed of 130 rmp +/- 20 rmp to obtain an acceptable product. If we want to know with a 95%confidence level, if these variables affect the production yield, then a multiple linear regression analysis. three columns curing with 5.20,5.30,5.20,5.70,5.60, second column Rpm with 120.00,150.00,110.00,130,00,124,0 and yield 0.90,0.80,0.92, 0.89, 0.87 in the same order Determine the slope of the line for the Curing time Determine the slope of the line for the Rpm Determine the Y intersection Determine the determination coefficient Based on the R2 value what conclusion Determine the Experimental Value of F Determine the critical value of F Based on the ANOVA what conclusion _________________________________________ Quiz 7 (design of experimental single factor ) The production manager thinks that the humidity is affecting the production rate as it increases. Using an alpha of 5% determine if humidity affects the rate of production Humidity 40% 50% 60% 70% 100 111 95 105 106 109 82 104 99 104 101 99 103 102 94 110 1.Determine the sum of square for total variation 2. Determine the sum of square for the treatment 3.Determine the sum of square for the experimental errors 4.Determine the experimental F 5.Determine the critical value of f 6.Based on the ANOVA what conclusion ______________________________________________________________________ Quiz 8 (desing of experiments (two factor desing) Determine if there is a significant impact on the production rate from the temperature and shift of the process. Use a type 1 error of 5% Shift 1; column 1: 70,125,125. Column two 80,130, 118,. Column three 90,132,124. And shift 2 column 1: 137,140. Column two 141,138, and column three 142,136. This is the order Temperature 70 80 90 Shift 1 125 130 132 125 118 124 137 141 142 Shift 2 140 138 136 1. Determine the sum of square for total variation 2. Determine the sum of square for the treatment 3. Determine the sum of square for the block 4. Determine the sum of square for the intersection of block and treatment 5. Determine the sum of square for the experimental errors 6. Determine the experimental F temperature 7. Determine the experimental F Shifts 8. Determine the experimental F temperature and Shifts 9. Determine the Critical Value of F Temperature 10. Determine the critical Value of F Shifts 11. Determine the critical value of F Temperature and shifts 12. Based on that ANOVA what the conclusion should be taken for temperature Significant impact for the temperature and shifts Significant impact for the temperature No significant of the temperature None of the above 13. Based on that ANOVA what the conclusion should be taken for shifts Significant impact for the temperature and shifts Significant impact for the temperature No significant of the temperature None of the above 14. Based on that ANOVA what the conclusion should be taken for both Significant impact for the temperature and shifts Significant impact for the temperature No significant of the temperature None of the above
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