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posted by yjlee168 Homepage – Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 2009-09-28 23:30 (5263 d 21:21 ago) – Posting: # 4265
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Dear Helmut,

I just tried PASS and got the following (for power 70%, T/R=1, CV=7.5%).
Power Analysis of 2x2 Cross-Over Design for Testing Equivalence Using Ratios
Page/Date/Time   1    2009/9/29 03:32:58

Numeric Results for Testing Equivalence Using a Cross-Over Design

                   Lower     Upper
        Total      Equiv.    Equiv.         Coefficient
       Sample      Limit     Limit    True           of
         Size    of Ratio  of Ratio   Ratio   Variation
Power     (N)       (RL)      (RU)    (R1)        (COV)   Alpha    Beta
0.7290     4     0.8000     1.2500   1.0000     0.0750   0.0500  0.2710
0.8434     6     0.8500     1.1765   1.0000     0.0750   0.0500  0.1566
0.7780    10     0.9000     1.1111   1.0000     0.0750   0.0500  0.2220


N = 4. Sorry for my previous message (I set power= 0.8, not 0.7!).

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