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Engineering Analysis And Statistics


Submitted By
Fasahat Ali
M. Shahzaib

University of Engineering and Technology

1. What do ANOVA calculate?
a) T-Ratio b) Chi square c) Z-Ratio d) F-ratio

2. In one-way ANOVA, which of the following is used within the F-ratio as a measurement of the
variance of individual observations?
a) MSG b) MSE c)SSE d)SSG

3. 2-way ANOVA involves how many independent factors?

a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) n- factor

4. There are set(s) of null hypothesis with the two-way ANOVA?

a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) N set

5. The within variance Is associated with

a) Treatment group c) Interaction group
b) Error group d) Main group

6. If the calculated F-value is with the value from f-table, the null hypothesis is
a) < b) > c) = d) none

7.In the analysis of variance (ANOVA), a factor is:

a) A dependent variable b) A set of related treatments, categories or conditions

c) A variable that is confounded or entangled with the independent variable d) none

8. ANOVA is the actually comparison of _________????

a) mean b) St. Deviation c) Variance d)None

9.ANOVA is invented by ______???

a) Rutherford b) J.J Thomson c) R.A Fisher d) Stephen

10. The one-way (or one-factor between subjects) ANOVA tests the hypothesis that, in the

a) All the group means have the same value

b) All the group means don’t have the same value
c) All the means have different values
d) Grand means is different as of sample means
11. The expected value or expectation of a statistic such as F is:
a) One minus the actual value of F
b) The experimenter’s confidence that the statistic will have a certain value
c) Its variance with repeated sampling
d) Its long run mean value with repeated sampling
12. ANOVA is the abbrivation of __________.
a) Analysis of Hypothesis b) Analysis of Co variance c) Analysis of Variance d) None
13. As the number of t-tests increases the probability of making an error
a) Increases b) decreases c) remains same d)None

14.What are the assumptions of ANOVA

a) normally distributed population b) means may equal or not equal

c) equal variance d) All of above

15. What are the two types of variance which can occur in your data?

a) Independent and cofounding

b) Between or within groups
c) Experimenter and participant
d) Repeated and extraneous