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1.

Batch 2: 17, 18, 14, 20

Batch 3: 13, 10, 16, 11, 9

a.) Construct a box plot of the data, and state you observations of the plot.

Calculate Quartiles

Batch 1

Batch 2

Batch 3

Min

15

14

1st Quartile

2nd Quartile

(Mean)

19.5

16.25

10

22

17.5

11

3rd Quartile

25.25

18.5

13

Max

28

20

16

b.) Compute the mean and standard deviation of each batch sample.

Mean

Batch 1

Batch 2

Batch 3

22

17.25

11.8

Standard

Deviation

4.733

2.5

2.775

State Hypothesis

Determine Critical Value

H 0 : 12 = 22 Assume =0.05

Ha: 12 22 F /2,v1,v2 = F 0.025,5,3 = 14.88 (using the F table)

Calculate t Statistic

L arg e S 2

F=

Small S 2

22.4

= 3.58

6.25

Since 3.58 < 14.88 then, we do not reject H 0 . Therefore at 95% Confidence (5%

significance) we find the sample variances are not significantly different.

F=

Determine if Variances Are Equal

State Hypothesis

H 0 : 12 = 32

Assume =0.05

Ha: 12 32

0.6

0.5

Density

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

0.025

0

9.364

Calculate t Statistic

L arg e S 2

F=

Small S 2

22.4

= 2.91

7.7

Since 3.54 < 9.364 then, we do not reject H 0 . Therefore at 95%

Confidence (5% significance) we find the sample variances are not

significantly different so we can pool the Variances for the t test

F=

Pooled variance t Test (Small sample size n<30, and we dont know s

but assume they are equal)

one Tail Test (Since we are looking for a Specific difference)

State Hypothesis

H 0 : 1 3 0

Assume =0.05

Ha: 1 3 > 0

12 = 32 , so df=n 1 +n 2 -2

t /2,n1+n2-2 = t 0.05,6+5-2 =1.83 (using the t table)

0.4

Density

0.3

0.2

0.1

13>0

0.05

0.0

1.833

Calculate t Statistic

2

p

(

n1 1)S12 + (n2 1)S 22

=

t=

( x1 x2 ) ( 1 2 )

1

1

S p2 +

5 22.4 + 4 7.7

n1 n2

S p2 =

6+52

22 11.8

t=

= 4.23

2

S p = 15.87

1 1

15.87 +

6 5

Since 4.23>1.83 then, Reject H 0 therefore at 95% Confidence (5%

significance) we find batch 3 disintegration time is significantly shorter

than batch 1.

n1 + n2 2

Calculator Data

Batch 1

Batch 2

Batch 3 Total

Mean

22

17.25

11.8

--Std dev

4.733

2.5

2.775

--132

69

59

260

x

3016

1209

727

4952

15

( x )

SST = x

N

T 2 T 2 T 2 ( x )

SSA = 1 + 2 + 3

n1 n 2 n3

N

SST = 4952

SSA =

(260)2

132 2 69 2 59 260 2

+

+

6

4

5

15

SSA = 283.783

15

SST = 445.333

SSE = SST SSA

SSE = 161.55

Anova Table

2.

Source of

Variation

Treatment

(Between)

Sum of

Squares

283.783

Degrees of

Freedom

k-1=3-1

k-1=2

Error

Within

161.55

N-k=15-3

N-k=12

Total

445.333

N-1=15-1

N-1=14

Mean

Squares

283.783

2

MSA = 141.89

161.55

MSE =

12

MSE = 13.46

MSA =

F Test

141.89

F=

13.46

F = 10.54

F Critical

3.88

(From F

Table)

binders. Batch 1 was prepared using a 10% starch paste, while batch 2 was

prepared with a 5% polyvinylpyrrolidone solution. Disintegration times in minutes,

were recorded for samples of each batch as follows

Batch B: 15.6 14.2 15.0 13.5 14.7 12.5

a.) If rapid disintegration is desired, would starch paste be a better choice than PVP?

Determine if Variances Are Equal

State Hypothesis

H 0 : 12 = 22

Ha: 12 22

Assume =0.05

F /2,v1,v2 = F 0.025,5,5 = 7.146 (using the F table)

0.6

0.5

Density

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.0

0.025

0

7.146

Calculate t Statistic

L arg e S 2

F=

Small S 2

1.854

= 1.49

1.243

Since 1.49 < 7.146 then, we do not reject H 0 . Therefore at 95%

Confidence (5% significance) we find the sample variances are not

significantly different so we can pool the Variances for the t test

F=

Pooled variance t Test (Small sample size n<30, and we dont know s

but assume they are equal)

One Tail Test (Since we are looking for a Specific difference)

State Hypothesis

H 0 : 1 2 0

Ha: 1 2 < 0

Assume =0.05

12 = 22 , so df=n 1 +n 2 -2

t /2,n1+n2-2 = t 0.05,6+6-2 =1.812 (using the t table)

0.4

Density

0.3

0.2

0.1

12<0

0.05

0.0

-1.812

t=

Calculate t Statistic

S p2 =

( x1 x2 ) ( 1 2 )

1

1

S p2 +

5 1.854 + 5 1.243

n1 n2

S p2 =

6+62

12.52 14.25

t=

= 2.41274

2

S p = 1.548

1 1

1.548 +

6 6

Since -2.41274<1.812 then, Reject H 0 therefore at 95% Confidence (5%

significance) we find starch as a better choice for shorter disintegration

time.

n1 + n2 2

b.) Suppose a third batch is prepared with 10% pregelatinized starch binder, with the

following disintegration times.

17.6 17.0 16.9 18.6 20.5 19.4

Does the type of binder used have a significant impact on disintegration times for

these three batches of tablets?

Calculator Data

Paste

PVP

Pre Gel Total

Mean

12.52

14.25

18.33

--Std dev

1.36

1.11

1.43

--75.1

85.5

110

270.6

x

949.27

1224.59

2026.94

4200.8

18

Total Sum of Squares

( x )

SST = x

N

(270.6)2

SST = 4200.8

18

SST = 132.78

T12 T22 T32 ( x )

SSA =

+

+

n1 n 2

n3

N

+

+

6

6

6

18

SSA = 107.02

SSA =

SSE = SST SSA

SSE = 25.76

Anova Table

Source of

Variation

Sum of

Squares

Degrees

of

Freedom

k-1=3-1

k-1=2

Treatment

(Between)

107.02

Error

Within

25.76

N-k=18-3

N-k=15

Total

132.78

N-1=18-1

N-1=17

Mean

Squares

107.02

2

MSA = 53.51

25.76

MSE =

15

MSE = 1.72

MSA =

F Test

F Critical

53.51

1.72

F = 31.1

3.68

(From F

Table)

F=

3. Tablet disintegration is under investigation. To find out if the tablet formulation has

an effect on the disintegration of 250mg Chlorpromazide tablets. An Analyst records

the disintegration times (in minutes) of tablets with each of four different tablet

formulations

A

16.8

20.8

13.8

B

17.1

15.3

17.7

C

12.8

8.3

13.7

D

21.3

21.3

24.8

Does the type of disintegrant in the formulation have an effect on the disintegration of

the tablets?

Calculator Data

A

Mean

Std dev

x

D

Total

22.47

--2.02

--67.4

203.7

17.1

3.51

51.4

16.7

1.25

50.1

11.6

2.89

34.8

905.32

839.79

420.42

1522.42

3687.95

12

Total Sum of Squares

SST = x 2

( x )

N

(203.7)2

SST = 3687.95

12

SST = 230.14

SSE = 230.14 177.45

SSE = 52.69

SSA =

+

+

+

n1 n2 n3 n4

N

+

+

+

3

3

3

3

12

SSA = 177.45

SSA =

Anova Table

Source of

Variation

Treatment

(Between)

Sum of

Squares

177.45

Degrees of

Freedom

k-1=4-1

k-1=3

Error

Within

52.69

N-k=12-4

N-k=8

Total

230.14

N-1=12-1

N-1=11

Mean

Squares

177.45

MSA =

3

MSA = 59.15

52.69

MSE =

8

MSE = 6.59

F Test

59.15

F=

6.59

F = 8.98

F Critical

4.07

(From F

Table)

4. A Batch of tablets was tested for dissolution in five different labs with the results as

follows

Lab

A

B

C

D

E

55, 62, 67, 60, 67, 73

78, 63, 78, 65, 70, 74

75, 60, 66, 69, 58, 64, 71, 71, 65, 77, 60, 63

65, 60, 66, 75, 75, 70

Calculator Data

A

B

Mean

65.83

Std dev

7.63

395

x

64

6.32

384

C

71.3

6.44

428

D

66.6

6.08

799

E

68.5

5.96

411

Total

----2417

26295

24776

30738

53607

28331

163747

12 6

Total Sum of Squares

SST = x 2

( x )

N

(2417)2

SST = 163747

36

SST = 1472.30

SSE = 1492.30 189.7

SSE = 1282.58

36

SSA =

+

+

+

+

n1 n2 n3 n4 n5

N

+

+

+

+

6

6

6

12

6

36

SSA = 189.72

SSA =

Anova Table

Source of

Variation

Treatment

(Between)

Sum of

Squares

189.72

Degrees of Mean

Freedom

Squares

k-1=5-1

189.72

MSA

=

k-1=4

4

MSA = 47.43

Error

Within

1282.58

N-k=36-5

N-k=31

Total

1472.3

N-1=36-1

N-1=35

1282.58

31

MSE = 41.37

MSE =

F Test

47.43

F=

41.43

F = 1.14

F Critical

2.68

(From

FINV

Excel)

5. A company is concerned about the impurity levels in its product. One possible source

is one of the raw materials used to make the product. To test this, six batches were

prepared (using six different raw materials), and then three samples were randomly

selected form each batch and assayed for level of impurity. The results are as

follows:

Batch

1

2

3

4

5

6

Impurity, ppm

15 20 17

12 16 15

20 18 14

9 10 13

12 14 8

21 16 19

Does the raw material have a significant effect on the level of impurity?

Calculator Data

Batch

1

2

3

4

5

6

Total

Mean

17.3

14.3

17.33

10.67

11.3 18.7

--Std dev

2.52

2.08

3.06

2.08

3.06 2.52

--52

43

52

32

34

56

269

x

914

625

920

350

404

1058

4271

16

Total Sum of Squares

SST = x 2

( x )

N

2

(

269 )

SST = 4271

18

SST = 250.94

SSE = 250.94 170.94

SSE = 80

T 2 T 2 T 2 T 2 T 2 ( x )

SSA = 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5

n1 n2 n3 n4 n5

N

52 2 43 2 52 2 32 2 34 2 56 2 269 2

SSA =

+

+

+

+

+

3

3

3

3

3

3

18

SSA = 170.94

Anova Table

Source of

Variation

Treatment

(Between)

Sum of

Squares

170.94

Degrees of

Freedom

k-1=6-1

k-1=5

Error

Within

80

N-k=18-6

N-k=12

Total

250.94

N-1=18-1

N-1=17

Mean

Squares

170.94

MSA =

5

MSA = 34.19

80

MSE =

12

MSE = 6.67

F Test

34.19

F=

6.67

F = 5.13

F Critical

3.10

(From F Table)

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