Show transcribed image text Use the following Minitab ANOVA output for the next two questions: Two-way ANOVA: Output versus Factor A, Factor B Source Factor A Factor B 3 DF MS 0.004 0.051 0.524 Interaction 2 Error *=represents the value is not needed for the problem 16 4. Given the ANOVA output above, is there any evidence of an interaction effect? a. b. c. Since the P-value for interaction is small, there is evidence of interaction Since the P-value for interaction is large, there is evidence of interaction Since the P-value for interaction is small, there is no evidence of interaction Since the P-value for interaction is large, there is no evidence of interaction Based on the P-value in the ANOVA output above, is there any evidence of difference in the means for factor A? (Assume that, whatever your answer for the question above, that you can use the P-value for factor A for this part of the question) 5. Since the P-value for factor A is large, there is no evidence of a difference in means for factor A Since the P-value for factor A is large, there is evidence of a difference in means for factor A Since the P-value for factor A is small, there is no evidence of a difference in means for factor A Since the P-value for factor A is small, there is evidence of a difference in means for factor A a. b. .

Use the following Minitab ANOVA output for the next two questions: Two-way ANOVA: Output versus Factor A, Factor B Source Factor A Factor B 3 DF MS 0.004 0.051 0.524 Interaction 2 Error *=represents the value is not needed for the problem 16 4. Given the ANOVA output above, is there any evidence of an interaction effect? a. b. c. Since the P-value for interaction is small, there is evidence of interaction Since the P-value for interaction is large, there is evidence of interaction Since the P-value for interaction is small, there is no evidence of interaction Since the P-value for interaction is large, there is no evidence of interaction Based on the P-value in the ANOVA output above, is there any evidence of difference in the means for factor A? (Assume that, whatever your answer for the question above, that you can use the P-value for factor A for this part of the question) 5. Since the P-value for factor A is large, there is no evidence of a difference in means for factor A Since the P-value for factor A is large, there is evidence of a difference in means for factor A Since the P-value for factor A is small, there is no evidence of a difference in means for factor A Since the P-value for factor A is small, there is evidence of a difference in means for factor A a. b. .