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Immobilization of free-ranging white-tailed deer by drugs

Essentials of Probability & Statistics for Engineers & Scientists | 1st Edition | ISBN: 9780321783738 | Authors: Ronald E. Walpole, Raymond Myers, Sharon L. Myers, Keying E. Ye ISBN: 9780321783738 193

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Immobilization of free-ranging white-tailed deer by drugs allows researchers the opportunity to closely examine the deer and gather valuable physiological information. In the study Influence of Physical Restraint and Restraint Facilitating Drugs on Blood Measurements of White-Tailed Deer and Other Selected Mammals, conducted at Virginia Tech, wildlife biologists tested the knockdown time (time from injection to immobilization) of three different immobilizing drugs. Immobilization, in this case, is defined as the point where the animal no longer has enough muscle control to remain standing. Thirty male white-tailed deer were randomly assigned to each of three treatments. Group A received 5 milligrams of liquid succinylcholine chloride (SCC); group B received 8 milligrams of powdered SCC; and group C received 200 milligrams of phencyclidine hydrochloride. Knockdown times, in minutes, were recorded. Perform an analysis of variance at the 0.01 level of significance and determine whether or not the average knockdown time for the three drugs is the same. Group A BC 11 5 14 7 10 7 23 4 11 11 10 7 16 7 7 5 10 10 6 12 4 4 6 3 5 6 8 3 7 3

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Statistics 260, 11/27 Class Announcements ● Assignment 8 due Wednesday! (only five questions) The book will work you through these problems if you are having trouble with what we did on monday ● Assignment 9 is due midnight on the 12th! (a long assignment, 16 questions, is worth 20 points) we should know everything we need to do this assignment by the end of the week. Since it is right near the final, there is unlimited check my work. ● Exam here is going to be more conceptual. He will give us important data points and we need to interpret that data. You won't need to calculate the regression. ● A week from friday will be a review day. He will also go over the comprehensive final exam option. We need to let him now dead week if

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Textbook: Essentials of Probability & Statistics for Engineers & Scientists
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Author: Ronald E. Walpole, Raymond Myers, Sharon L. Myers, Keying E. Ye
ISBN: 9780321783738

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