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    I need assistance in setting up an anova table. Please see attached.

    Assume that we have 5 treatments we are comparing with respect to their means.
    Assume that we have 5 experimental units each for the treatments.
    Assume that Sums of Squares Treatment is 100
    Assume that Sums of Squares Error is 25
    Complete the ANOVA table for the above.

    The table must have:
    1. The heading outlining the different columns.
    2. List out the sources of variation
    3. List out the degrees of freedom
    4. Write out the Sums of Squares numbers
    5. Calculate the Mean Squares Column
    6. Calculate the F Statistic
    7. Write your conclusions based on the F statistic whether the means are the same or different. Use Alpha=0.05.

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    Assume that we have 5 treatments we are comparing with respect to their means.
    Assume that we have 5 experimental units each for the treatments.
    Assume that Sums of Squares Treatment is 100
    Assume that Sums of Squares Error is 25
    Complete the ANOVA table for the above.
    That is, your table must have
    1. The heading outlining the different columns.
    2. List out the sources of variation
    3. List out the degrees of freedom
    4. Write out the Sums of Squares numbers
    5. Calculate the Mean Squares Column
    6. Calculate the F Statistic
    7. Write your conclusions based on the F statistic whether the means are the same or different. Use Alpha=0.05.

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    The solution is a step-by-step explanation of how to set up the ANOVA table and draw a conclusion based on the value of the F-statistic.

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