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STA 6166 – Fall 2008 PRINT Name ___________________ A study is conducted to compare the effects of 4 types of feed for horses. The researcher also believes that the three breeds she works with may differ in terms of weight gains. She samples 12 colts from each breed, randomly assigning 3 to each diet. She measures weight gain on each colt over a 2 month period. Complete the following ANOVA table and conduct the following tests (at 0.05 significance level). Source df SS MS F F(.05) Feeds 3000 Breeds 1000 Interactio n 1000 Error Total 35 10000 H 0 : No Feed/Breed Interaction H A : Interaction Present Reject / Don’t Reject H 0 H 0 : No Feed Main Effects H A : Feed Main Effects Reject / Don’t Reject H 0 H 0 : No Breed Main Effects H A : Breed Main Effects Reject / Don’t Reject H 0 A randomized block design is conducted to compare the output of three weaving looms (treatments) for a sample of 10 operators (blocks), where each operator’s output is measured on each loom. The Mean Square Error from the ANOVA is MSE = 500. Compute Bonferroni’s B, the minimum significant difference for
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