Problem 5.6 (page 164) Classical one-way anova problem, but now it must be solved using the linear model anova: First determine the vector y and the matrix X, formulate the null and alternative hypotheses, and then proceed with the anova for linear models. Using the classical anova (available on the calculator and in R) is not accepted.

Problem 6.1 (page 210) Check for multicollinearity and outliers.

Probelm 6.18 (page 216) Check for collinearity.

Data files are attached for all the three problems.

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