A student experiment was run to test the performance of 4 brands of batteries under 2 different

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A student experiment was run to test the performance of 4 brands of batteries under 2 different Environments (room temperature and cold). For each of the 8 treatments, 2 batteries of a particular brand were put into a flashlight. The flashlight was then turned on and allowed to run until the light went out. The number of minutes the flashlight stayed on was recorded. Each treatment condition was run twice. Partial box plots showed:
A student experiment was run to test the performance of

An interaction plot showed:

A student experiment was run to test the performance of

An ANOVA table showed;

A student experiment was run to test the performance of

a) What are the main effect null and alternative hypotheses?
b) From the partial box plots, do you think that the Brand has an effect on the time the batteries last? How about the condition?
c) Do the conclusions of the ANOVA table match your intuition?
d) What does the interaction plot say about the performance of the brands?
e) Why might you be uncomfortable with a recommendation to go with the cheapest battery (brand C)?

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Stats Data and Models

ISBN: 978-0321986498

4th edition

Authors: Richard D. De Veaux, Paul D. Velleman, David E. Bock

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