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Problem B.10.: Which BMDL value would you use if a linear mechanism of action were suspected for the endpoint described in Problem B.8.?

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Problem B.4.: What does the multistage model run give as a BMDL for a third degree polynomial using the data in Problem B.2.?

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Problem B.7.: Would you use a lst, 2nd or, 3rd degree multistage model for this data?

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Problem B.4.: What does the Multistage model give as an AIC for a third degree polynomial run on the dataset identified in Problem B.2.?

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Problem D.1.: What BMDL would you use as your point of departure derived from application of a polynomial model to the data in problem D? (Hint: Drop high dose information to achieve adequate model fit)

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Problem B.6.: What is the AIC for a first degree polynomial multi-stage model run for the data in Problem B.2.?

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Problem A.2.: What directory is the WGNUPL32.exe file located in after the BMDS installation is completed?

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Problem C.1.: What is the lowest AIC you can achieve for the Rogers et al. (1993) cervical rib analysis when not using litter size as a litter specific covariate? (Hint: Drop the high dose information)

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Problem B.5.: What is the AIC for a second degree polynomial multistage model run on the data in Problem B.2.?

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Problem C.2.: What is the lowest AIC you can achieve for the Rogers et al. (1993) cervical rib analysis when using litter size as a litter specific covariate? (Hint: Drop the high dose information)