A physician wants to develop criteria for determining whether a​ patient's pulse rate is​ atypical, and she wants to determine whether there are significant differences between males and females. Use the sample pulse rates below. Male 9696 6464 8888 8888 7676 6464 6464 7272 6868 6464   Female 104104 7272 6060 6464 7676 104104 7676 9696 8888 124124

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A physician wants to develop criteria for determining whether a​ patient's pulse rate is​ atypical, and she wants to determine whether there are significant differences between males and females. Use the sample pulse rates below.
Male
9696
6464
8888
8888
7676
6464
6464
7272
6868
6464
 
Female
104104
7272
6060
6464
7676
104104
7676
9696
8888
124124
 

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