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Due date for this assignment: 2019-04-17, 23:59 IST.
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1)
When two random variables X and Y are independent, then the expected value for
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E(X) may be found from the expected values E(Y) and E(XY) in the following manner
E(X)=E(XY)-E(Y)
E(X)=E(XY)/E(Y)
E(X)= E(XY)+E(Y)
E(X)=E(XY).E(Y)
2)
In a normal distribution, the following property is valid
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the mean of the distribution is always 0
it approaches the t-distribution as the limits of the normal distribution are widened
the distribution is symmetric about its mean
None of the above
3)
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the ratio of mean to standard deviation of the distribution is 2.5
the variance of the distribution is 4
the area under the normal probability distribution from x=2 to x=5 is the same as the
area from x=5 to x=8
ALL of the above
4)
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In a factorial design, the 2 4 design strategy was chosen. This means
Numberofexperimentsis16
Each of the two variables is varied at four levels
After the test, ANOVA will NOT be able to detect ternary interaction effects between
the variables
None of the above

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5)

In a statistical design of experiments study, the effects of two factors A and B were

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analysed at two levels. It was found that when A was changed from its low to high setting at the ixed lower level of B, the change in response was an increase of 10 units. Now when A is changed from its low setting to high setting at the ixed higher level of B, the change in response was a decrease of 10 units. This means that

 

there is no interaction between A and B A and B

interacts with B but B does not interact with A B but B does not interact with A

A

interacts with A but A does not interact with B A but A does not interact with B

there is negative interaction between factors A and B A and B

B

interacts with A but A does not interact with B there is negative interaction between factors
 

6)

Inhypothesistesting,

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wrongly rejecting the null hypothesis is a more serious mistake than wrongly acce pting

wrongly rejecting the null hypothesis is a more serious mistake than wrongly accepting

it

it
wrongly accepting the null hypothesis is a more serious mistake than wrongly reje cting

wrongly accepting the null hypothesis is a more serious mistake than wrongly rejecting

it

it  
 
wrongly accepting a null hypothesis is equivalent to accepting the alternate hypot hesis

wrongly accepting a null hypothesis is equivalent to accepting the alternate hypothesis

correctly accepting the null hypothesis means that the alternate hypothesis is incorrectlyrejected

correctly accepting the null hypothesis means that the alternate hypothesis is incorrectlyrejected

correctly accepting the null hypothesis means that the alternate hypothesis is incorrectlyrejected
 
 

7)

In an one-tailed hypothesis test, with the level of signi icance α is set to 0.05. In order

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for a particular effect to be signi icant, the p-value of the test should be

 

exactly 0.05   

 

above 0.05p-value of the test should be   exactly 0.05   below0.05 exactly 0.025   8) When

below0.05the test should be   exactly 0.05   above 0.05 exactly 0.025   8) When data

exactly 0.025be   exactly 0.05   above 0.05 below0.05   8) When data are itted to a

 

8)

When data are itted to a model then increasing number of model parameters is

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penalized by the

 
 

R 2 criterion 2 criterion

adjusted R 2 criterion 2 criterion

Sum of squares of the residuals    R 2 criterion adjusted R 2 criterion Sum of absolute residuals   9) In

Sum of absolute residualsadjusted R 2 criterion Sum of squares of the residuals   9) In a typical central

 

9)

In a typical central composite design, the repeats are performed

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to obtain an estimate of the random experimental error 

at the centre of the experimental design spaceto obtain an estimate of the random experimental error to help in identifying model curvature All

to help in identifying model curvatureerror at the centre of the experimental design space All of the above     In

All of the above 

 
 

In a central composite design, involving two factors A and B, the response surface is

10)

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described by a quadratic model. If the effect of interaction between A and B is only absent, the relevant signi icant effects are from

 
A only

Aonly

 
A

A

and B only

A,B,A 2 and B 2

A,B,A 2 and B 2

 
A,B,A 2 ,B 2 ,A 3 and B 3

A,B,A 2 ,B 2 ,A 3 and B 3

 

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