### Data to determine the important factors

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A single replicate of a 24 Exercise 10.2 factorial is run. The results in standard order are 1.106, 2.295, 7.074, 6.931, 4.132, 2.148, 10.2, 10.12, 3.337, 1.827, 8.698, 6.255, 3.755, 2.789, 10.99, and 11.85. Analyze the data to determine the important factors and find which factor-level combination should be used to maximize the response.

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