# BME100 f2013:W1200 Group2 L2

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 Name: Amber BengsonRole(s) Name: Chandler VaroneRole(s) Name: Emily MeiRole(s) Name: Terri BivinsRole(s) Name: Prycilla JonesRole(s)

# LAB 2 WRITE-UP

## Descriptive Statistics

Experiment 1 - Human Study
Average Inflammotin Levels (pg/ml)
0mg--3.834 pg/ml
5mg--8.932 pg/ml
10mg--61.622 pg/ml
15mg--657.941 pg/ml

Standard Deviation Values
0mg--1.523010177
5mg--1.593931547
10mg--30.11069386
15mg--212.9429762

Standard Error Values
0mg--0.481618106
5mg--0.50404541
10mg--9.52183745
15mg--67.3384817

Experiment 2 - Rat Study
Average Inflammotin Levels (pg/ml)
0mg--10.516 pg/ml
10mg--11.112 pg/ml

Standard Deviation Values
0mg--2.225551617
10mg--7.402885924

Standard Error Values
0mg--.99529694
10mg--3.31067123

The T-test results were insignificant because it was more than the the p-value of 0.05. The T-test results were 0.867.

(Please report descriptive statistics for both experiments. Please calculate descriptive statistics in Excel.)

## Results

Experiment 1 - Human Study

Experiment 2 - Rat Study

## Analysis

Experiment 1 - Human Study

Experiment 2 - Rat Study

(Using inferential statistics, please determine statistically significant differences in the data.)

## Summary/Discussion

(Please discuss the results and statistical analysis from both experiments. State your conclusion.)

- There is a great difference of the Inflammotin levels over a dosage of 10 mg in Humans.There is not much difference in between the dosages of 0 mg and 5 mg also in the Human Study.