A factorial analysis experimentation of inappropriate Waste disposal
This work is approached by studying the experimental analysis of the factors that influence inappropriate waste disposal by a combination of two or more levels. The individual andjoint effects of several variables and combination of values of levels are studied and analysed as representing different treatments. The application of this analysis is to ascertain that the waste disposal information collected for each individual under experimentation is influenced by the variation of the conditions under which each experiment is carried out (Jam et at., 1981; Hamer 2003; Berkhout, 1991). The markovian principle is augmented into the framework. The probabilistic nature of the markovian waste disposal methodology suggests that experiments which are the activities (trials), which produce one or more of the possible outcome as a result of experimental design, is as importants as sampling since it is a part of the total design of the experiment. The experiment carried out in this study is to prove the claim since those individuals react to wastes that are detrimental to theft health. This analysis aims at disease prevention (Romualdo et at., 2002.). An important feature of the analysis is the use of hypothesis to test the claims made in the body of the work. By excluding factors such as ignorance and poverty and the like, it is assumed that human instincts direct him to follow measures that would help in correcting situations that would prevent diseases. The application of experimental design consists of several phases before obtaining meaningful results. These phases are applied to the problem of inappropriately disposed waste through which meaningful results are obtained (Graham et at., 2003; Sangodoyin and Ipadeola, 2000).