How many variables are there in the factorial research design of 2 * 3 * 2?
Consequently, how many interactions can be studied in a 2 * 3 * 5 factorial design?
Similarly, a 25 design has five factors, each with two levels, and 25 = 32 experimental conditions. Factorial experiments can involve factors with different numbers of levels. A 243 design has five factors, four with two levels and one with three levels, and has 16 × 3 = 48 experimental conditions.
Also Know, how many conditions are in a 2x2 factorial design? 2x2 = There are two IVS, the first IV has two levels, the second IV has 2 levels. There are a total of 4 conditions, 2x2 = 4.
Similarly one may ask, how many factors are in a 2x3 factorial design?
What is 2 level factorial design?
The simplest of the two level factorial experiments is the design where two factors (say factor and factor ) are investigated at two levels. A single replicate of this design will require four runs ( ) The effects investigated by this design are the two main effects, and and the interaction effect .