The National Football League (NFL) holds its annual draft of the nation's best college football players in April each year. Prior to the draft, various sporting news services project the players who will be drafted along with the order in which each vill be selected in what are called mock drafts. Players who are considered to have superior potential as profe football players are selected earlier in the draft. Suppose the following table shows projections by one mock draft service of what position in the first round players from the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big Ten Conference, the PAC-12 Conference, and the Southeastern Conference will be selected. Big Ten ACC PAC-12 SEC College Attended Projected Draft College Attended Projected Draft College Attended Projected Draft College Attended Projected Draft Position Position Position Position Florida State 3 Iowa USC 1 Florida Clemson Michigan St 10 Oregon 7 Alabama 4 Miami 9 Nebraska 11 Oregon 15 Kentucky Georgia Tech 12 Minnesota 26 Washington 16 Texas ASM 13 Louisville 17 Wisconsin 29 UCLA 18 Missouri 14 Wake Forest 20 UCLA 21 Alabama 19 Florida State 24 Stanford 22 LSU 25 Virginia Tech 27 Arizona St 23 LSU 28 Use the Kruskal-Wallis test to determine if there is any difference among NFL teams for players from these four conferences. Use a- 0.05. State the null and alternative hypotheses. O H: The populations for the mock draft positions of the four conferences are not all identical. H: The populations for the mock draft positions of the four conferences are identical. • Ho: Median Acc * MedianBig Ten * Median Ac-12 * Mediansec H: Median "ACC acc - Medianig Ten - MedianPAC-12 - MediansEc

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The National Football League (NFL) holds its annual draft of the nation's best college football players in April each year. Prior to the draft, various sporting news services project the players who will be drafted along with the order in which each vill be selected in what are called mock drafts. Players who are considered to have superior potential as profe
football players are selected earlier in the draft. Suppose the following table shows projections by one mock draft service of what position in the first round players from the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big Ten Conference, the PAC-12 Conference, and the Southeastern Conference will be selected.
Big Ten
ACC
PAC-12
SEC
College
Attended
Projected
Draft
College
Attended
Projected
Draft
College
Attended
Projected
Draft
College
Attended
Projected
Draft
Position
Position
Position
Position
Florida State
3
Iowa
USC
1
Florida
Clemson
Michigan St
10
Oregon
7
Alabama
4
Miami
9
Nebraska
11
Oregon
15
Kentucky
Georgia Tech
12
Minnesota
26
Washington
16
Texas ASM
13
Louisville
17
Wisconsin
29
UCLA
18
Missouri
14
Wake Forest
20
UCLA
21
Alabama
19
Florida State
24
Stanford
22
LSU
25
Virginia Tech
27
Arizona St
23
LSU
28
Use the Kruskal-Wallis test to determine if there is any difference among NFL teams for players from these four conferences. Use a- 0.05.
State the null and alternative hypotheses.
O H: The populations for the mock draft positions of the four conferences are not all identical.
H: The populations for the mock draft positions of the four conferences are identical.
• Ho: Median Acc * MedianBig Ten * Median Ac-12 * Mediansec
H: Median
"ACC
acc - Medianig Ten - MedianPAC-12 - MediansEc
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The National Football League (NFL) holds its annual draft of the nation's best college football players in April each year. Prior to the draft, various sporting news services project the players who will be drafted along with the order in which each vill be selected in what are called mock drafts. Players who are considered to have superior potential as profe football players are selected earlier in the draft. Suppose the following table shows projections by one mock draft service of what position in the first round players from the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big Ten Conference, the PAC-12 Conference, and the Southeastern Conference will be selected. Big Ten ACC PAC-12 SEC College Attended Projected Draft College Attended Projected Draft College Attended Projected Draft College Attended Projected Draft Position Position Position Position Florida State 3 Iowa USC 1 Florida Clemson Michigan St 10 Oregon 7 Alabama 4 Miami 9 Nebraska 11 Oregon 15 Kentucky Georgia Tech 12 Minnesota 26 Washington 16 Texas ASM 13 Louisville 17 Wisconsin 29 UCLA 18 Missouri 14 Wake Forest 20 UCLA 21 Alabama 19 Florida State 24 Stanford 22 LSU 25 Virginia Tech 27 Arizona St 23 LSU 28 Use the Kruskal-Wallis test to determine if there is any difference among NFL teams for players from these four conferences. Use a- 0.05. State the null and alternative hypotheses. O H: The populations for the mock draft positions of the four conferences are not all identical. H: The populations for the mock draft positions of the four conferences are identical. • Ho: Median Acc * MedianBig Ten * Median Ac-12 * Mediansec H: Median "ACC acc - Medianig Ten - MedianPAC-12 - MediansEc

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