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Rotatability is a desirable feature of a response surface experimental design. In case a design is non rotatable or exhibit surface of constant prediction variances that are nearly spherical then an attempt is made to make the design rotatable. In this paper, a measure of rotatability of five level second order rotatable designs using an infinite class of supplementary difference sets is suggested. The variance function of a second-order response design and an infinite class of supplementary difference sets is used in coming up with the design.
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