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Problem 4E

The article “Influence of Freezing Temperature on Hydraulic Conductivity of Silty Clay” (J. Konrad and M. Samson, Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, 2000:180-187) describes a study of factors affecting hydraulic conductivity of soils. The measurements of hydraulic conductivity in units of 10-8 cm/s (y), initial void ratio (x1), and thawed void ratio (x2) for 12 specimens of silty clay are presented in the following table.

 a. Fit the model y = β0 + β1x1 + ε . For each coefficient, test the null hypothesis that it is equal to 0.

b. Fit the model y = β0 + β1x2 + ε . For each coefficient, test the null hypothesis that it is equal to 0.

c. Fit the model y = β0 + β1x1 + β1x2 + ε . For each coefficient, test the null hypothesis that it is equal to 0.

d. Which of the models in parts (a) to (c) is the best of the three? Why do you think so?

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