BME100 f2015:Group12 1030amL2

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OUR TEAM

Name: Cory Kehoe
Name: Cory Kehoe
Name: Pedro Lopes
Name: Pedro Lopes
Name: Daniel Gaytan-Jenkins
Name: Daniel Gaytan-Jenkins
Name: Brittany Metzler
Name: Brittany Metzler
Name: Morgan Baerwaldt
Name: Morgan Baerwaldt
Name: Jaxon Lewandowski
Name: Jaxon Lewandowski

LAB 2 WRITE-UP

Descriptive Statistics

Experiment 1 - Rat Testing
Rat dosage testing data

Since the p value of 0.419533952 is greater than 0.05 there is no statistical difference between the rats who receive 10mg and the rats who receive 0mg.

Experiment 2 - Human Testing

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The t-test results were all smaller than the corrected p-value to achieve significance, indicating that there is a statistical difference between the groups.



Results

Experiment 1 - Rat Testing
Rat dosage testing


Experiment 2 - Human Testing

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Analysis

Experiment 1 - Rat Testing

In the rat study the p value of 0.419533952 is greater than 0.05, therefore, there is no statistical difference between the rats who receive 10mg and the rats who receive 0mg. This might have happened due to the small number of subjects and low variation of dosage values administered.

Experiment 2 - Human Testing

In the humans' study there was a statistical difference between humans who took 0mg, 5mg, 10mg and 15mg dosages as indicated by the t-test values, which were all under 0.0125, the corrected p-value to achieve significance.

Summary/Discussion

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