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Unformatted text preview: ( ij , ik , jk ), write down the estimates. (d) (3 points). Now suppose that I = J = K = 5, and further assume that the following Latin Square has been used. A D E B C C B A E D D C B A E E A C D B B E D C A In that case, the model given at the beginning of this problem is still appropriate, but the estimate of 2 will be dierent. Explain clearly what the estimate of 2 will be in this case. (e) (1 point) Explain why one might prefer to use a Latin Square Design of order 5 rather than a 5 5 5 three-way layout with one observation per cell. 2...
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