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OUR TEAM

Name: Gurpaul Sidhu
Name: Gurpaul Sidhu
Name: Christopher Saar
Name: Christopher Saar
Name: Leslie Bernardino
Name: Leslie Bernardino
Name: Emily Angeles Mancinas
Name: Emily Angeles Mancinas
Name: Sheania Morgan
Name: Sheania Morgan
Name: Romann Arizmendi
Name: Romann Arizmendi

LAB 2 WRITE-UP

Descriptive Statistics

Experiment 1

Human Table
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Experiment 2

Rat Table
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Results

Experiment 1

Human Graph
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Experiment 2


Rat Graph
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Analysis

Experiment 1

Anova Analysis
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An ANOVA test was chosen for this study because there were more than two dosage groups being tested. Because, the p-value found in the test was less than 0.05, there was a significant difference between the means of the groups.


Experiment 2

T-test Analysis
T-test Analysis














An Unpaired T-Test was chosen for this group because there were only two dosage levels and different subjects were utilized for each level. Based on the results, there was not a statstically significant difference between the groups because the p-value was much higher than 0.05.

Summary/Discussion

The Human Study data shows that different dosages of LPS have significantly different effects on inflammotin levels. This is reinforced by the ANOVA test, since the P value of .87 is significantly smaller than 0.05. That being said each level of the independent variable had a relatively high standard deviation specially at higher dosage levels.For the rat study, the averages were different; however, the standard deviations were high. Because of this the T-test came out with a very high P value of .87 meaning that there was no statistically significant difference between the two groups. Since the size of the rats is significantly smaller than that of a human, using the same dosage is going to effect the rats at a greater scale than the humans.

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