# Two Factor ANOVA Table

12. To compare five different formulations of fuel, seven different armored vehicles drove the identical route once with each fuel type. For each vehicle/fuel-type combination a fuel cost-of-operation value was determined. These numbers were analyzed with standard Two-Factor ANOVA yielding the table which is partially filled in below. (see table in attachment)

A) Fill in the missing entries.

B) Making the normal assumptions, would you accept the hypothesis that there is no significant difference between the fuel cost of operations for each vehicle type, with alpha = 0.05? Why?

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12. To compare five different formulations of fuel, seven different armored vehicles drove

the identical route once with each fuel type. For each vehicle/fuel-type combination a

fuel cost-of-operation value was determined. These numbers were analyzed with

standard Two-Factor ANOVA yielding the table which is partially filled in below.

Source df Sums of Squares Mean Squares Fs Fα = 0.05

Armored Vehicle

Fuel Types 12

Exp. Error 5

Total

192

Answers

A) Fill in the missing entries.

Source df Sums of Squares Mean Squares Fs Fα = ...

#### Solution Summary

The solution provides step by step method for the calculation of missing values in an ANOVA table. Formula for the calculation and Interpretations of the results are also included.