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The following data were obtained from an experiment comparing three different treatment conditions.ABC6710N = 15225?X2 = 5592226711577T = 21T = 25T = 35SS = 16.80SS = 30.00SS = 54.00(a) If the experiment uses an independent-measures design, can the researcher conclude that the treatments are significantly different? Test at the ? = 0.05 level of significance. (Round your answers for SS, MS, and F to two decimal places.)SourceSSdfMSFBetween TreatmentsWithin TreatmentsTotalWhat is the critical F value? (Round your answer to two decimal places.)Fcrit =What do you conclude?Fail to reject the null hypothesis. There are significant differences among the three treatments.Fail to reject the null hypothesis. There are not significant differences among the three treatments.Reject the null hypothesis. There are significant differences among the three treatments.Reject the null hypothesis. There are not significant differences among the three treatments.(b) If the experiment is done with a repeated-measures design, should the researcher conclude that the treatments are significantly different? Set alpha at 0.05 again. (Round your answers for SS, MS, and F to two decimal places.)SourceSSdfMSFBetween TreatmentsWithin TreatmentsBetween SubjectsErrorTotalWhat is the critical F value? (Round your answer to two decimal places.)Fcrit =What do you conclude?Reject the null hypothesis. There are not significant differences among the three treatments.Fail to reject the null hypothesis. There are significant differences among the three treatments.Fail to reject the null hypothesis. There are not significant differences among the three treatments.Reject the null hypothesis. There are significant differences among the three treatments.