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Anova: Single Factor

SUMMARY
Groups Count Sum Average Variance
A 7 258 36.85714 53.14286
B 11 600 54.54545 58.07273
C 9 290 32.22222 25.94444
D 13 695 53.46154 16.60256

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS df MS F P-value
Between Groups 3820.404 3 1273.468 35.09329 8.7290122E-11
Within Groups 1306.371 36 36.28808

Total 5126.775 39
t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Equal Variances

B D
Mean 54.5454545455 53.4615384615
Variance 58.0727272727 16.6025641026
Observations 11 13
Pooled Variance 35.4526382708
Hypothesized Mean Difference 0
df 22
t Stat 0.4443587934
P(T<=t) one-tail 0.3305618277
t Critical one-tail 1.7171443744
P(T<=t) two-tail 0.6611236554
t Critical two-tail 2.0738730679
t-Test: Two-Sample Assuming Equal Variances

B A
Mean 54.545454545 36.85714286
Variance 58.072727273 53.14285714
Observations 11 7
Pooled Variance 56.224025974
Hypothesized Mean Difference 0
df 16
t Stat 4.8790416132
P(T<=t) one-tail 8.358119E-05
t Critical one-tail 1.7458836763
P(T<=t) two-tail 0.0001671624 significant difference in uphailing time of machine
t Critical two-tail 2.1199052992
Machine type Time in hours for uphauling
A 44 29 43 25 41 40 36
B 63 47 47 54 44 46 64 64 58 54
C 30 37 26 33 39 30 30 26 39
D 57 56 57 60 53 53 51 52 59 47
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48 52 50
Anova: Two-Factor Without Replication

SUMMARY Count Sum Average Variance


B1 5 308 61.6 247.3
B2 5 321 64.2 427.7
B3 5 315 63 275.5
B4 5 297 59.4 251.3

500 4 167 41.75 6.25


800 4 229 57.25 6.25
1500 4 332 83 106
2300 4 221 55.25 56.25
3000 4 292 73 62

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS df MS F P-value F crit
Rows 63.75 3 21.25 0.394432 0.7593394266 3.490295
Columns 4160.7 4 1040.175 19.30719 3.6640813E-05 3.259167
Error 646.5 12 53.875

Total 4870.95 19
tensile strength in pounds per square inch (lb/in² or psi),

Thickness in mils
Brand 500 800 1500 2300 3000
B1 39 54 70 65 80
B2 42 60 95 51 73
B3 41 58 82 57 77
B4 45 57 85 48 62
Anova: Two-Factor With Replication

SUMMARYWheat Corn Soy Rice Total


Blend X
Count 5 5 5 5 20
Sum 659 677 879 706 2921
Average 131.8 135.4 175.8 141.2 146.05 soy for blend x-high value means good-m
Variance 844.2 707.8 278.7 354.2 782.3658

Blend Y
Count 5 5 5 5 20
Sum 716 798 701 827 3042
Average 143.2 159.6 140.2 165.4 152.1
Variance 498.7 978.3 165.7 217.3 511.0421

Blend Z
Count 5 5 5 5 20
Sum 822 868 932 862 3484
Average 164.4 173.6 186.4 172.4 174.2
Variance 443.3 428.8 212.3 175.8 330.6947

Total
Count 15 15 15 15
Sum 2197 2343 2512 2395
Average 146.4667 156.2 167.4667 159.6667
Variance 705.8381 871.0286 605.981 404.9524

ANOVA
Source of VariationSS df MS F P-value F crit
blend 8782.9 2 4391.45 9.933347 0.000245 3.190727 blend-impact the yeild
Crop 3411.65 3 1137.217 2.572355 0.064944 2.798061 crop-doesn’t impact the yeild
Interaction 6225.9 6 1037.65 2.347138 0.045555 2.294601
Within 21220.4 48 442.0917

Total 39640.85 59
end x-high value means good-most suitable since average is higher

pact the yeild


sn’t impact the yeild
Fertilizer (with replication)
Wheat Corn Soy Rice
Blend X 123 128 166 151
156 150 178 125
112 174 187 117
100 116 153 155
168 109 195 158
Blend Y 135 175 140 167
130 132 145 183
176 120 159 142
120 187 131 167
155 184 126 168
Blend Z 156 186 185 175
180 138 206 173
147 178 188 154
146 176 165 191
193 190 188 169
Coefficient
TempofinThermal
°F Expansion in °F X 10(-6)
Temp in °F 1
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion in °0.989038 1 x<0.3-weak
x<=0.7 mod
x>0.7 strong
SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics
Multiple R 0.989038336
R Square 0.9781968301 97% impact on temperture change
Adjusted R Square 0.9771066716
Standard Error 0.1872266764
Observations 22

ANOVA
df SS MS
Regression 1 31.4537234331 31.4537234331
Residual 20 0.7010765669 0.0350538283
Total 21 32.1548

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat


Intercept 6.025053642 0.0571479188 105.4290998454
Temp in °F 0.0094234896 0.0003145889 29.954929657
F Significance F
897.2978107558 4.3205884E-18

P-value Lower 95% Upper 95% Lower 95.0% Upper 95.0%


6.16078625266827E-29 5.9058451722 6.1442621118 5.9058451722 6.1442621118
4.32058839998857E-18 0.0087672685 0.0100797106 0.0087672685 0.0100797106

intercept p-low(significant impact)


Coefficient of thermal expansion versus temperature for
steel.

Temp in °F Coefficient of Thermal


Expansion in °F X 10(-6)
80.00 6.47
60.00 6.36
40.00 6.24
20.00 6.12
0.00 6
-20.00 5.86
-40.00 5.72
-60.00 5.58
-80.00 5.43
-100.00 5.28
-120.00 5.09
-140.00 4.91
-160.00 4.72
-180.00 4.52
-200.00 4.3
-220.00 4.08
-240.00 3.83
-260.00 3.48
-280.00 3.33
-300.00 3.07
-320.00 2.76
-340.00 2.45
SUMMARY OUTPUT

Regression Statistics
Multiple R 0.3362275882
R Square 0.1130489911 11.3% of variation impact ful strength
Adjusted R Square 0.039136407
Standard Error 15.1087879499
Observations 27

ANOVA
df SS MS F Significance F
Regression 2 698.292781195 349.1464 1.529496 0.23702578
Residual 24 5478.61135955 228.2755
Total 26 6176.90414074

Coefficients Standard Error t Stat P-value Lower 95% Upper 95%


Intercept 18.4591039916 6.8144004979 2.708838 0.012256 4.39487261 32.52333538
Wire Length 0.3263703627 0.5952180744 0.548321 0.588536 -0.90209936 1.55484009
Die height 0.0246676341 0.0183592085 1.343611 0.191641 -0.01322391 0.062559178
Lower 95.0% Upper 95.0%
4.3948726057 32.5233353776 for 1 unit change in wire length full strenght change by 0.3
-0.9020993648 1.5548400903 p high- wire length doesnot impact full strength
-0.01322391 0.0625591782
Wire Bond Data Y X1 X2
Pull Strength Wire Length Die height
1 9.95 2 50
2 24.45 8 110
3 31.75 11 120
4 35 10 550
5 25 8 295
6 25.02 4 200
7 16.86 2 375
8 14.38 2 52
9 9.6 9 100
10 24.35 8 300
11 27.35 4 412
12 17.5 11 400
13 37.08 12 500
14 37 2 360
15 41.95 4 205
16 11.66 4 400
17 21.65 20 600
18 17.89 1 585
19 69 10 540
20 10.3 15 250
21 34.93 15 290
22 46.59 16 510
23 44.88 17 590
24 54.12 6 100
25 56.63 5 400
26 22.13 2 350
27 21.15 5 285
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