Answer true or false to each of the following statements and explain your answers.a. In a completely randomized design, the experimental units are assigned to the treatment combinations in such away as to maximize the effects of the treatments.b. It is always good practice to use the largest number of factors possible in a factorial experiment.c. The order in which experiments are conducted in a factorial design should be randomized to minimize the effects of unknown factors on the results of the analysis.

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Answer true or false to each of the following statements and explain your answers.
a. In a completely randomized design, the experimental units are assigned to the treatment combinations in such away as to maximize the effects of the treatments.
b. It is always good practice to use the largest number of factors possible in a factorial experiment.
c. The order in which experiments are conducted in a factorial design should be randomized to minimize the effects of unknown factors on the results of the analysis.

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