The following table shows the results of a two-factor analysis of variance with two levels of factor A, three levels of factor B, and a separate sample of n = 5 participants in each of the treatment conditions. Note that several values are missing in the table.  Source              SS        df         MS   Between           80        xx      A                   8          xx        xx        F = xx    B                   xx        xx        20        F = xx    A x B            xx        xx        xx        F = xx Within             xx        xx         4    Total               176        xx                 ​A) What is the missing value dfAxB?            a)1           b)3           c)2           d)5   B) What is SSAxB?      a)32     b)40     c)8     d)16   C) What is MSAxB?     a)32     b)40     c)8     d)16   D) What is the missing value for the F-ratio for the A x B interaction?     a)2     b)4     c)8     d)16

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The following table shows the results of a two-factor analysis of variance with two levels of factor A, three levels of factor B, and a separate sample of n = 5 participants in each of the treatment conditions. Note that several values are missing in the table. 

Source              SS        df         MS  

Between           80        xx  

   A                   8          xx        xx        F = xx

   B                   xx        xx        20        F = xx

   A x B            xx        xx        xx        F = xx

Within             xx        xx         4   

Total               176        xx                

​A) What is the missing value dfAxB

          a)1

          b)3

          c)2

          d)5

 

B) What is SSAxB

    a)32

    b)40

    c)8

    d)16

 

C) What is MSAxB?

    a)32

    b)40

    c)8

    d)16

 

D) What is the missing value for the F-ratio for the A x B interaction?

    a)2

    b)4

    c)8

    d)16

 

 

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