Prob._9.61 - Problem 4 types of pets, 4 locations, 10...

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Unformatted text preview: Problem 4 types of pets, 4 locations, 10 observations in each combination of pet andlocafion SOURCE 88 DF MS Fcalc Pet I 22245 (2) (7) (11) Location 34551 (3) (8) (12) Interaction 31778 (4) (9) r (13) Error 554398 (5) (10) Total (1 ) (6) (1) SST = SSpet + SSloc + SSint + Sserr = 642972 (2) DFpet = (a-1) = 4-1 = 3 (3) DFloc = (b-1) = 4-1 = 3 (4) DFint= (a-1)(b-1)= 9 (5) DFerr = ab(n-1) = (4)(4)(9) = 144 (6) DFtot = abn-1 = (4)(4)(10)-1=159 Built in check: N-1 = 150-1 = 159 (7) MSpet = 2224513 = 7415 (8) MSioc =' 3455113 = 11517 (9) MSint = 3177819 = 3530.89 ' (10) MSerr = 5543981144 = 3849.99 (11) Fcalc-pet = 741 513849.99 = 1.93 (12) Fcalc-loc = 115171384999 = 2.99 (13) Fca|c~int = 3530.89I3849.99 = .92 Fcrit for Pet and Location = 2.68 Fcrit for interaction = 1.96 Fpet and Finteraction < Fcrit Flocation > Fcrit there is a significant main effect of location ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course MKT 317 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Michigan State University.

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Prob._9.61 - Problem 4 types of pets, 4 locations, 10...

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