Consider the following partially completed two-way ANOVA table. Suppose there are 6 levels of Factor A and 4 levels of Factor B. The number of replications per cell is 6. Use the 0.05 significance level. (Hint: estimate the values from the Ftable.) 1. Complete an ANOVA table. (Round MS and Fto 2 decimal places.) Rectangular Snip Source Ss df MS Factor A 740 Factor B 80 Interaction 300 Error 600 Total 1,720 2. Find the critical values to test for equal means. (Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) Factor B and Interaction Critical values to test for equal means are Factor A respectively respectively and Interaction Critical values to test for equal means are Factor A Factor B 3. Determine if there is a significant difference in Factor A means, Factor B means. in Factor B means. There is in Factor A and there is 4. Determine if there is a significant difference in interaction means. There is

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Consider the following partially completed two-way ANOVA table. Suppose there are 6 levels of Factor A and 4 levels of Factor B. The
number of replications per cell is 6. Use the 0.05 significance level. (Hint: estimate the values from the Ftable.)
1. Complete an ANOVA table. (Round MS and Fto 2 decimal places.)
Rectangular Snip
Source
Ss
df
MS
Factor A
740
Factor B
80
Interaction
300
Error
600
Total
1,720
2. Find the critical values to test for equal means. (Round your answers to 2 decimal places.)
Factor B
and Interaction
Critical values to test for equal means are Factor A
respectively

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Consider the following partially completed two-way ANOVA table. Suppose there are 6 levels of Factor A and 4 levels of Factor B. The number of replications per cell is 6. Use the 0.05 significance level. (Hint: estimate the values from the Ftable.) 1. Complete an ANOVA table. (Round MS and Fto 2 decimal places.) Rectangular Snip Source Ss df MS Factor A 740 Factor B 80 Interaction 300 Error 600 Total 1,720 2. Find the critical values to test for equal means. (Round your answers to 2 decimal places.) Factor B and Interaction Critical values to test for equal means are Factor A respectively

respectively
and Interaction
Critical values to test for equal means are Factor A
Factor B
3. Determine if there is a significant difference in Factor A means, Factor B means.
in Factor B means.
There is
in Factor A and there is
4. Determine if there is a significant difference in interaction means.
There is

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respectively and Interaction Critical values to test for equal means are Factor A Factor B 3. Determine if there is a significant difference in Factor A means, Factor B means. in Factor B means. There is in Factor A and there is 4. Determine if there is a significant difference in interaction means. There is

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