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The following table shows thetwo-way ANOVA output for the weights of poplar trees. Test the hypothesis that the weights of poplar trees are not...

The following table shows the​ two-way ANOVA output for the weights of poplar trees. Test the hypothesis that the weights of poplar trees are not affected by an interaction between site and treatment.

Source

DF

SS

MS

F

P

Site

1


1

0.1941


0.1941

0.194056


0.194056

1.07


1.07

0.308


0.308

Treatment

2


2

1.6069


1.6069

0.803429


0.803429

4.43


4.43

0.019


0.019

Interaction


Interaction

2


2

1.5633


1.5633

0.781666


0.781666

4.31


4.31

0.021


0.021

Error

36


36

6.5290


6.5290

0.181361


0.181361

Total

41


41

9.8933


9.8933

Is there evidence to support the claim of​ interaction? (Assume a 0.05 significance​ level.)

A.

Since the​ P-value for interaction is large


large​, there is evidence


evidence of interaction.

B.

Since the​ P-value for interaction is small


small​, there is evidence


evidence of interaction.

C.

Since the​ P-value for interaction is small


small​, there is no evidence


no evidence of interaction.

D.

Since the​ P-value for interaction is large


large​, there is no evidence


no evidence of interaction.

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