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Asked Mar 7, 2019

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In a study of 10 new producers of iron supplements, nine contrasts in the mean iron level in the supplements were constructed by the quality control department for comparing various characteristics of the producers.

a. In order to achieve an experimentwise error rate of .05, what value should be selected for the value of a_{I}?

b. What is the critical value for the F statistic for testing the nine contrasts if there were six samples of the supplement taken from each of the 10 producers?

Step 1

**Part (a):**

The experiment-wise error rate is the probability of committing one or more Type I error, while making several comparisons in an experiment.

Suppose an experiment is performed with *j* contrasts, with *α _{e}* denoting the experiment-wise error rate. If

In case the contrasts are independent of each other (orthogonal), the above relationship holds. In case the contrasts are not independent, *α _{e}* ≤ 1– (1 –

In this case, *j* = 9, *α _{e}* = 0.05. Thus, the value of

Step 2

**Part (b):**

The *F*-statistic is used here for pairwise comparisons. Thus, the numerator degrees of freedom would always be 1.

If there are *k* treatments each with *n* observations, then the denominator degrees of freedom of the *F*-statistic is (*nk* – *k*).

Now, 6 samples are taken from each of 10 producers. Thus, total sample size is *nk* = 60. Here, *k* = 10. Thus, the denominator degrees of freedom is 60 – 10 = 50.

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