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Regression I4

Tiffany Carter

QNT 275

August 31, 2015

Dr. Stephen Loro

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION 3

Research Problem 3

Purpose of Study 3

Research Question 3

Null and Alternative Hypothesis 3

Alpha Level of Significance 4

Variable Definitions 4

Limitations 4

II. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE 4

Background 4

III. METHODOLOGY 5

Research Design 5

Data Collection 5

Data 5

Descriptive Statistics 6

Data Analysis 7

REFERENCES 9

I. INTRODUCTION

With this paper people will be able to look at a research problem, look at an alternative hypothesis, and give a brief back ground. Do descriptive statistics on the data and do data analysis describing the data. Interpret the Goodness of Fit (GOF) p-value to decide if the data is parametric (normal) or nonparametric.

Research Problem

Blossom dairy is a dairy farm that has a several different barns. The research will show how production in one barn is high and the other one is not. With the variations in production the research will show these. The variation will been shown in the reason how much many is being lost. With the variations research will help show which barn is producing the most milk and if another barn is potentially needed. The research will also show what barn needs to be shut down.

Purpose of the Research

What is the production for the farm?

Null and Alternative Hypothesis

H0: There is no correlation between the productions of milk from two farms.

H1: There is a correlation between the productions of milk from two farms.

Alpha

The alpha level of significance for this paper is .05, determined by the research team at the University of Phoenix.

Variable Definitions

The measured variables in the grid represent the amount of milk production from Blossom Farms two barns. The amount of production is quantitative, discrete, and ratio data. Looking at the runs plot, the amount of milk production fluctuate between both farm...