## Statistics 659

### Section 600, Spring 2007, Prof. T. E. Wehrly

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### Course Information

Office: 416B Blocker

Phone: 845-1359

Office Hours:

Please Note: Most of the documents for this course are .pdf format files. To preview and print Acrobat files, you can obtain the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

To use the SAS files from my web page, click on SAS files below. A list of files will appear. Then click on the name of the desired file. To save this file to your PC, click on the File menu, and then on Save as ... . Enter a name such as prog.sas to save the file on the PC or a:prog.sas to save it to a disk.

### Homework Assignments

 Assignment 1 Assignment 2 Some comments on Homework 2. Assignment 3 Assignment 4 To create the mosaic plot for the homework, you can use the instructions for creating mosaic plots by replacing the observed counts in the instructions with the fitted counts. Assignment 5 Assignment 6 Assignment 7 Assignment 8

### Solutions to Homework

 Assignment 1 Assignment 2 Assignment 3 Assignment 4 Assignment 5 Assignment 6 Assignment 7 Assignment 8

### Old Tests

 The problems related to material on Test 1 are indicated in red. The problems related to material on Test 2 are indicated in blue. Test 1 from 2004     1 , 1, 2, 3, 4 Solutions to Test 1 from 2004 Test 1 from 2005     1, 2b (add 0.5 to each cell), 3a , 1, 2, 3, 4 Solutions to Test 1 from 2005 Test 2 from 2004     3 , 2a(i,ii)cd SAS Output for Test 2 from 2004 Solutions to Test 2 from 2004 Test 2 from 2005     1 , 3b, 4a(i,ii,iii)b Solutions to Test 2 from 2005 Final Exam from 2004     1, 2, 4abd(i) Computer Output for the Final Exam from 2004 \ Solutions to the Final Exam from 2004 Final Exam from 2005     2b , 1, 2, 3ab Computer Output for the Final Exam from 2005 \ Solutions to the Final Exam from 2005 Review Problems on Chapter 4 and 6 Material