for practical purposes this formula is more convenient than other
Problem 5 of 7 Consider the standard definitions of sum of squared deviations in the two types of one factor ANOVA discussed in this unit. Prove the following. 1. SST = SSA +SSE (completely randomize...
Problem 5 of 7 Consider the standard definitions of sum of squared deviations in the two types of one factor ANOVA discussed in this unit. Prove the following. 1. SST SSA+SSE (completely randomized ANOVA) 2. SST-SSA+SS SSE (randomized complete block ANOVA) 3. Prove the two alternative formulas for calculating the SSA, SSE, SSr in the completely randomized ANOVA. Provide a justification of why someone may prefer to use these formulas against the others others that calculate the sum of squared...