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Get Full Access to Elementary Statistics - 12 Edition - Chapter 12.3 - Problem 2bsc
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# Two-Way ANOVA If we have a goal of using the data

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## Solution for problem 2BSC Chapter 12.3

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Problem 2BSC

Two-Way ANOVA? If we have a goal of using the data described in Exercise to (1)determine whether size of a dir has an effect on the load measurements and (2) to determine whether the location of the femur (left or right) has an effect on the load measurements, should we use one-way analysis of variance for the two individual tests? Why or why not? Exercise Two-Way ANOVA? Data Set 13 in Appendix B lists results from car crash tests. Included in results from car crash tests are loads (pounds) on the left femur and right femur, and those values are shown in the table below. What characteristic of the data suggests that the appropriate method of analysis is ?two-way? analysis of variance? That is, what is “two-way” about the data entered in the table?

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Solution 2BSC Step 1: Given the table is as below Here , the data consists of car crash test and those are loads on the left femur and right femur on different sizes as small,midsize and large. Here ,we have to analyse with two types of variables,which have interaction between them. The one-way analysis of variance is not suitable for this data.

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