Identify the TEST for the below scenario and explain why you will choose the test for the analysis You are interested to understand the yearly patients visit to a dentist in a given dental practice. There are total 500 patients visiting the dentist yearly and they are enrolled in either Insurance A or Insurance B. Which test will you use to understand the patients visit to the dentist? Assume the data was not normally distributed.

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Identify the TEST for the below scenario and explain why you will choose the test for the analysis

  • You are interested to understand the yearly patients visit to a dentist in a given dental practice. There are total 500 patients visiting the dentist yearly and they are enrolled in either Insurance A or Insurance B. Which test will you use to understand the patients visit to the dentist? Assume the data was not normally distributed.

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