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We have three price points and three product colors and we have randomly

assigned combinations of price points and colors to focus groups who have rated them on how likely they would be to purchase them. What is the simplest test we could use to see if there is any impact of price point, color, or their interaction?


Please pick one of the below answers. The correct answer is one of the following options:
Two-way factorial ANOVA
One-sample t-test
Chi-square test of independence
Randomized incomplete block design
Chi-square goodness-of-fit
Factor screening
Chi-square with blocking
Monte-carlo simulation
Log the variable
Square the variable
One-way ANOVA
Randomized Complete Block Design
Jackknife-boostrapping
One-way ANOVA with blocking 
Latin square design
Paired t-test
z-test
independent t-test with blocking
independent t-test
adjust for p-value inflation

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