Past Exam for BIOM 602 - BIOSTATISTICS II at Maryland (UMD)

Exam Information

Material Type:Final
University:University of Maryland
Term:Spring 2002
  • Unauthorized
  • Time Effects
  • Following Page
  • Experimental Units
  • Interaction
  • Experimental Unit
  • Sources of Variation
  • Similarities
  • Differences
  • Sensitivity
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1 BIOM 602 Name ________________________ Spring 2002 Final Exam Section ______________ The following UM Honor Pledge statement should be handwritten and signed in the space provided. "I pledge on my honor that I have not given or received any unauthorized assistance on this examination" (20) I. Mark the following true (T) or false (F). T or F Blocking designs are best used when the variability among experimental units is large. T or F In a factorial analysis, a significant effect of A and a significant effect of B, will result in a significant AxB interaction. T or F In a factorial analysis, the precision of estimating the B main effect means increases as the number of levels of A increases. T or F A repeated measures design with correlated residuals should have greater sensitivity for tests of time effects, than would a design with independent residuals. T or F In a repeated measures experiment, an analysis of ...

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