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Method 1 Method 2 Method 3

0
0
18
15
22
24
18
27
19
19
18
16
22
21
22
11
17
15
85
105
114
Varience
Within sample varience
mean
xbar-great mean
xbar-great mean square
N*xbar-great mean square
Between column variance
F Cal
F tab

17.5
15.5
12
5.384615 4.769231 4.615385 14.7692
17
21
19
19
-2
4
20

2
4
20

0
0
0

40
20
1.35417
3.81

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3

ANOVA
Source of Variation
Between Groups
Within Groups
Total

Count
5
5
6

Sum
85
105
114

Average
17
21
19

SS

df

MS

40
192

2
13

232

15

20
14.7692307692

Variance
17.5
15.5
12

F
P-value
F crit
1.3541666667 0.292271 3.805565

Method 1
Method 2
Method 3

45
59
41

40
43
37

50
47
43

39
51
40

53
39
52

M1
M2
M3
Betweeen sample variance
xbar-Grandmean
0.22222222 3.05555556 -3.27777778
xbar-Grandmean square 0.04938272 9.33641975 10.7438272
n*xbar-great mean
0.2962963 56.0185185 64.462963 60.3888889
F cal

HO

Accept because p value is more than 0.05

SUM
44
49
37

weeen sample variance

MEAN
VARIANCE within sample variance
271 45.1666667 30.1666667
10.0555555556
288
48
47.6
15.8666666667
250 41.6666667 31.0666667
10.3555555556
44.9444444
36.2777777778

HO: There is no difference in the levels of productivity between 3 m


HA: Atleast on method has a different level of productivity

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Method 1
Method 2
Method 3

Count

Sum
6
6
6

ANOVA
Source of Variation
SS
Between Groups 120.777778
Within Groups
544.166667
Total

664.944444

df

Average
271 45.1666667
288
48
250 41.6666667

MS
2 60.3888889
15 36.2777778
17

productivity between 3 methods


roductivity

Variance
30.1666667
47.6
31.0666667

F
P-value
F crit
1.66462481 0.22238183 3.68232034

Employee
Employee
Employee
Employee

HO

1
2
3
4

15
12
11
13

17
10
14
12

14
13
13
12

12
17
15
14

12
10

Accept the hypothesis as the p value is more than 0.05

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Employee 1
Employee 2
Employee 3
Employee 4

Count
4
4
5
6

ANOVA
Source of Variation
Between Groups
Within Groups

SS
19.456140351
66.333333333

Total

85.789473684

Sum
Average
Variance
58
14.5 4.3333333333
52
13 8.6666666667
65
13
2.5
70 11.666666667 3.4666666667

df

MS
F
P-value
3 6.485380117 1.4665432425 0.2635823055
15 4.4222222222
18

F crit
3.2873821083

SUM
MEAN
VARIANCE

Method 1 Method 2 Method 3


18
15
22
24
18
27
19
19
18
16
22
21
22
11
17
15
85
105
114
17
21
19
17.5
15.5
12

Anova: Single Factor


SUMMARY
Groups
Method 1
Method 2
Method 3

Count

Sum
5
5
6

ANOVA
Source of Variation SS
Between G
40
Within Gro
192
Total

Average Variance
85
17
17.5
105
21
15.5
114
19
12

232

df

MS

F
2
20 1.354167
13 14.76923
15

HO: There is no differen


HA: Atleast on

P-value
F crit
0.2922712416 3.805565253

ere is no difference in the levels of productivity between 3 methods


HA: Atleast on method has a different level of productivity

MEAN

Method 1 45 40 50 39 53 44
Method 2
59 43 47 51 39 49
Method 3
41 37 43 40 52 37
GM

VARIANCE

45.16667 30.166666667
48

47.6

41.66667 31.066666667
44.9444
FCAL

0.5432283858

WITHIN SAM

XBAR -GM

(XBAR -GM)^2

N*(XBAR-GM)^2

15.0555555556

0.2222222222

0.049382716

0.2962962963

26.6666666667

3.0555555556

9.3364197531

56.0185185185

69.4444444444
-3.2777777778
111.166666667 2.131628E-014

10.7438271605

64.462962963
120.7777777778

BETWEEN COLOUMN

Anova: Single Factor


60.3888888889
SUMMARY
Groups
Method 1
Method 2
Method 3

Count

Sum
Average
6
271 45.166666667
6
288
48
6
250 41.666666667

ANOVA
Source of Variation
Between Groups
Within Groups

SS
120.77777778
544.16666667

Total

664.94444444

df

MS
2 60.388888889
15 36.277777778
17

Variance
30.166666667
47.6
31.066666667

F
P-value
F crit
1.6646248086 0.22238183 3.6823203437