BME100 f2013:W1200 Group12 L2

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OUR TEAM

Name: Antonio MoranRole(s)Worked on Descriptive Statistics
Name: Antonio Moran
Role(s)Worked on Descriptive Statistics
Name: Jacqueline PaulyRole(s)worked on Rat Statistics and Analysis
Name: Jacqueline Pauly
Role(s)worked on Rat Statistics and Analysis
Name: Brandon BartelsRole(s)Worked on Analysis and Results
Name: Brandon Bartels
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Name: Kevin LamRole(s)Worked on Descriptive Statistics
Name: Kevin Lam
Role(s)Worked on Descriptive Statistics
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LAB 2 WRITE-UP

Descriptive Statistics

Experiment 1

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Experiment 2 Image:Rat_Study_copy.png (Please report descriptive statistics for both experiments. Please calculate descriptive statistics in Excel.)




Results

Experiment 1 Image:Human Graph.png Experiment 2

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Analysis

Experiment 1

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Experiment 2


The difference between the 0mg and 10mg pills for the rats, is not statistically significant. The t-test of .8674 is greater then a p-value of .05. )





Summary/Discussion

Based on the data provided, it is evident that as the dosage persribed to the human subjects was increased, the amount of Inflammotin protien levels also increased exponentially. In the rat subjects, an increase in the dosage did not show as grand a result still showed a degree of growth.







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