The table below shows the quantity of watches made by a company for different plant layout and shift times.
Weekly quantity of wrist watches produced in a factory 

Shifts (hours) 

Layout 
6 
8 
12 
1 
300 
400 
900 
350 
350 
950 

450 
490 
850 

330 
500 
800 

2 
80 
250 
500 
100 
300 
450 

60 
190 
550 

150 
240 
600 

3 
700 
800 
1200 
600 
900 
1800 

750 
680 
2000 

800 
720 
2200 
i) The output of twoway ANOVA is:
Anova: TwoFactor With Replication  
SUMMARY  6  8  12  Total  
1  
Count  4  4  4  12  
Sum  1430  1740  3500  6670  
Average  357.5  435  875  555.8333  
Variance  4225  5233.333  4166.667  60371.97  
2  
Count  4  4  4  12  
Sum  390  980  2100  3470  
Average  97.5  245  525  289.1667  
Variance  1491.667  2033.333  4166.667  36390.15  
3  
Count  4  4  4  12  
Sum  2850  3100  7200  13150  
Average  712.5  775  1800  1095.833  
Variance  7291.667  9433.333  186666.7  326644.7  
Total  
Count  12  12  12  
Sum  4670  5820  12800  
Average  389.1667  485  1066.667  
Variance  72862.88  56990.91  368787.9  
ANOVA  
Source of Variation  SS  df  MS  F  Pvalue  F crit 
Sample  4053689  2  2026844  81.17901  3.8E12  3.354131 
Columns  3226106  2  1613053  64.60586  5.11E11  3.354131 
Interaction  757244.4  4  189311.1  7.582273  0.000313  2.727765 
Within  674125  27  24967.59  
Total  8711164  35 
The pvalue of the interaction is 0.000313. As the pvalue<0.05, it means that the interaction between layout and shift hours is significant. This means that the production of a particular layout depends on the levels of shift hours as well.
ii) The interaction plot between layout and shifts can be made from the "average" data. The plot is:
The table below shows the quantity of watches made by a company for different plant layout...
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