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two factor ANOVA indep measures exper. 2 level factor A 3 level factor B n=5 in each treatment

SS df ms
between 240 5
factor A ? 1 ? Fa=24
factor B ? 2 ?
AxB 60 2 30
within ? 24 5
are this answers right for SS
A=120
B=80
w/I=120

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Source....SS....df....MS.....F
A....... 120 ... 1 .. 120... 24
B....... 80 .... 2 .. 40 ... 8
AxB.... 60 .... 2 ... 30... 6
Within.. ? ..... 19 ... 5
Total... ? ..... 24

I'm not sure what your SS(Total) or SS(Within) is supposed to be, and those values could change your value for SS(B). If your value for SS(B) is actually 80, then MS(B) would be 40 and F(B) would be 8. The other values should be okay.

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