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Which of the following statements are NOT advantages of statistically designed experiments?

Which of the following statements are NOT advantages of statistically designed experiments?

I. Interactions can be detected and evaluated IX_Improve_Page 3

II. A properly designed experiment allows us to use the same observations to estimate several different effects

III. It is not possible to account for experimental error

IV. It is easy to hold all variables constant except one

A. I and II only

B. I, II, and III only

C. III and IV only

D. All are advantages of DOEs

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