Quantitative research, Basic Statistics

The research should be Quantitative Research:

A means for testing objective theories by examining the relationship among variables. These variables can be measured and analyzed using statistical procedures.

1. Is there a difference in the amount of flash produced when varying the temperature by 10 degrees F?
2. Is there a difference in the amount of flash produced when varying the injection pressure by 200 psi?
3. Is there a difference in the amount of flash produced when varying the ram speed by 20%?

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