# 12. The following results are from an independent-measures, two-factor study with n = 10 participantsin each treatment condition.Factor BB.B,T = 40T = 10%3!%3!A,M = 4M = 1SS = 50SS = 30Factor AT = 50T = 20M = 5M = 2A,SS = 40SS = 60N = 40G = 120EX = 640a. Use a two-factor ANOVA with a = .05 to evaluatethe main effects and the interaction.b. Compute n? to measure the effect size for each ofthe main effects and the interaction.

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30 views help_outlineImage Transcriptionclose12. The following results are from an independent- measures, two-factor study with n = 10 participants in each treatment condition. Factor B B. B, T = 40 T = 10 %3! %3! A, M = 4 M = 1 SS = 50 SS = 30 Factor A T = 50 T = 20 M = 5 M = 2 A, SS = 40 SS = 60 N = 40 G = 120 EX = 640 a. Use a two-factor ANOVA with a = .05 to evaluate the main effects and the interaction. b. Compute n? to measure the effect size for each of the main effects and the interaction. fullscreen
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(a) The data is provided for an independent measures, two-factor study with n=10 participants in each treatment condition.

The level of significance is provided as 0.05. Using the provided data, the degrees of freedom can be calculated as:

Step 2

The sum of squares can be calculated as:

Step 3

The mean sum of squares c...

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