# Math 425

## Look here for final exam review information

Suggested problems from Chapters 11-13 are here.

This course taught by Professor Bret Larget in the Spring 2000 semester. This page will eventually contain information pertaining to homework assignments, a tentative schedule, and computer help. More information will be added through out the semester.

### Assignments

Many homework exercises require written explanations. These explanations should be made with complete sentences that are grammatically correct. Written solutions should make sense separate from the question. Any questions with numerical answers should contain a full written description and justification of the process by which you arrive at the final answer. A numerical answer without support is not acceptable, even if it is correct.

AssignmentDue DateExercises
1January 18 Chapter 1 Review Exercises: 2, 3, 4 (and explain), 6, 9, 13, 15, 16.
2January 25 Chapter 2 Review Exercises: 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9.
3February 1 Chapter 3 Review Exercises: 1, 2, 3, 4, 17, 18, 19
4February 10 Chapter 5 Review Exercises: 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
-February 17 Project Prospectus.
5February 22 Chapter 6 Section C Exercises: 11, 12
Chapter 6 Review Exercises: 1, 3, 5
6February 29 Chapter 7 Review Exercises: 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16
7March 21 Chapter 8 Section A Exercise: 17
Chapter 8 Section B Exercise: 6
Chapter 8 Section C Exercise: 4
Chapter 8 Section D Exercises: 2, 3
Chapter 8 Section E Exercise: 4
8April 4 Chapter 9 Section F Exercises: 1--5
Chapter 11 Section E Exercise: 5
Chapter 11 Section B Exercises: 2, 3

### Tentative Schedule

January
MTWThF
10

11
Chapter 1
Introduction to
Experimental Design
12

13
Chapter 2
Checking Assumptions
14

17
NO CLASS
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
18
Chapter 3
Analysis of Variance
19

20
Chapter 3
Confidence Intervals
for Differences
21

24

25
Chapter 4
26

27
Chapter 4
continued
28

31

February
MTWThF
1
Chapter 5
The Basic Factorial Design
2

3
Chapter 5
ANOVA for the
Basic Factorial Design
4

7

8
Chapter 6
Factorial crossing
9

10
ANOVA for the
Two-way Design
11

14

15
Chapter 7
Complete Block Design
16

17
Chapter 7
Latin Square Design
18

21

22
Chapter 7
Split-plot/Repeated Measures Design
23

24
Chapter 8
Choosing a Design Structure
25

28

29
Chapter 9
Factorial Crossing

March
MTWThF
1

2
Midterm Exam
3

6
NO CLASS
Spring Break
7
NO CLASS
Spring Break
8
NO CLASS
Spring Break
9
NO CLASS
Spring Break
10
NO CLASS
Spring Break
13

14
Chapter 9
Compound Within-block Factors
15

16
Chapter 10
Decomposing a Data Set
17

20

21
Chapter 11
Confidence Intervals and Tests
for Comparisons
22

23
Chapter 11
Multiple Comparisons
24

27

28
Chapter 12
Checking Assumptions
29

30
Chapter 12
Checking Assumptions
31

April
MTWThF
3

4
Chapter 13
Fixed and Random Effects
5

6
Chapter 13
Expected Mean Square
7

10

11
Chapter 14
Regression
12

13
Chapter 14
Analysis of Covariance
14

17

18
Review
19

20
NO CLASS
Easter Break
21
NO CLASS
Easter Break
24
NO CLASS
Easter Break
25
NO CLASS
Monday Schedule
26

27
Oral Presentations
28

May
MTWThF
1

2

3
Final Exam
11:00 - 1:00

4

5