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Unformatted text preview: Rep I Rep II Rep III Rep IV Rep V Block 1 Block 2 Block 3 Block 4 Block 5 Block 6 Block 7 Block 8 Block 9 Block 10 (1) a (1) b (1) b (1) ab (1) b ab b ab a ab a b a a ab ac c d c c d ac c bc c ad d ac ad ad ac ad d bd d bc abc bc bd bd bc cd bc cd ac bd abd abd cd abc cd abc bd abc ad cd acd acd abc acd abd abd acd abd bcd abcd bcd bcd abcd bcd abcd bcd abcd acd abcd 1 (a) Block has 9 degrees of freedom. Account for the 9 degrees of freedom. (b) Paste the data on the webpage into the statistics package of your choice. If you include all 15 eﬀects and Block as a factor in your analysis model, you should have a model with 55 df for Error. Use the MSE from this model to test the (i) Interblock ABCD eﬀect, (ii) the Intrablock ABCD eﬀect, (iii) the Intrablock A eﬀect, (iv) The 4 df eﬀect for Rep. 2...
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