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# The following output summarizes portion of the results for two-way analysis of variance experiment with no interaction_ Factor A consists of five different kinds of...

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###### The following output summarizes portion of the results for two-way analysis of variance experiment with no interaction_ Factor A consists of five different kinds of organic fertilizers, factor B consists of three different kinds of soil acidity levels, and the variable measured is the height (in inches) of a plant at the end of four weeks_Find the missing values in the ANOVA table: (Round intermediate calculations to at least 4 decimal places_ Round MS" to 4 decimal places and "P to 3

The following output summarizes portion of the results for two-way analysis of variance experiment with no interaction_ Factor A consists of five different kinds of organic fertilizers, factor B consists of three different kinds of soil acidity levels, and the variable measured is the height (in inches) of a plant at the end of four weeks_ Find the missing values in the ANOVA table: (Round intermediate calculations to at least 4 decimal places_ Round MS" to 4 decimal places and "P to 3 decima places:) ANOVA Source of Variation MS p-value Rows 0.48 MSB Factor B 733 Columns 59.93 5.95 MSA MSE Factor A 0OO Error Total 66.36 b: At the 1% significance level, can you conclude that the average growth of the plant differs by organic fertilizer? Yes since the p-value for Factor A is less than significance level: Yes since the p-value for Factor A is greater than significance level: No since the p-value for Factor A is less than significance level. No since the p-value for Factor A is greater than significance level.  #### Similar Solved Questions

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