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Problem 5E

The article “Differences in Susceptibilities of Different Cell Lines to Bilirubin Damage” (K. Ngai, C. Yeung, and C. Leung, Journal of Paediatric Child Health, 2000:36-45) reports an investigation into the toxicity of bilirubin on several cell lines. Ten sets of human liver cells and 10 sets of mouse fibroblast cells were placed into solutions of bilirubin in albumin with a 1.4 bilirubin/albumin molar ratio for 24 hours. In the 10 sets of human liver cells, the average percentage of cells surviving was 53.9 with a standard deviation of 10.7. In the 10 sets of mouse fibroblast cells, the average percentage of cells surviving was 73.1 with a standard deviation of 9.1. Find a 98% confidence interval for the difference, in survival percentages between the two cell lines.

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Textbook: Statistics for Engineers and Scientists
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Author: William Navidi
ISBN: 9780073401331

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