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Use permutation and combinations to count the number of outcomes in both an event and the sample space. qxd 5/10/02 1:06 PM Page 17 RK UL 6 RK UL 6:Desktop Folder:TEMP WORK:MONTGOMERY:REVISES UPLO D CH 1 14 FIN L:Quark Files: 17 2-1 SAMPLE SPACES AND EVENTS Answers for most odd numbered exercises are at the end of the book. Answers to exercises whose numbers are surrounded by a box can be accessed in the e-Text by clicking on the box. Complete worked solutions to certain exercises are also available in the e-Text.
Even when there is a good underlying scientific theory that we may rely on to explain the phenomena of interest, it is almost always necessary to conduct tests or experiments to confirm that the theory is indeed operative in the situation or environment in which it is being applied. We have observed that statistical thinking and statistical methods play an important role in planning, conducting, and analyzing the data from engineering experiments. 4, suppose that in the connector wall thickness example, there are two additional factors of interest, time and temperature.
A fractional factorial experiment is a variation of the basic factorial arrangement in which only a subset of the factor combinations are actually tested. Figure S1-4 shows a fractional factorial experimental design for the four-factor version of the connector experiment. The circled test combinations in this figure are the only test combinations that need to be run. This experimental design requires only 8 runs instead of the original 16; consequently it would be called a one-half fraction. This is an excellent experimental design in which to study all four factors.