, Two normally distributed populations are being compared to see if they have the same values 21. their variances. The alternative hypothesis is that Population 1 has the larger variance. A sample 13 independent observations are drawn from Population 1 and a separate random sample of nine ndent observations are made of Population 2. Sample 1 shows that si 141, and Sample for shows S = 123. What can one conclude about the variances of the two populations? 2 shows 32

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, Two normally distributed populations are being compared to see if they have the same values
21.
their variances. The alternative hypothesis is that Population 1 has the larger variance. A sample
13 independent observations are drawn from Population 1 and a separate random sample of nine
ndent observations are made of Population 2. Sample 1 shows that si 141, and Sample
for
shows S = 123. What can one conclude about the variances of the two populations?
2 shows 32

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, Two normally distributed populations are being compared to see if they have the same values 21. their variances. The alternative hypothesis is that Population 1 has the larger variance. A sample 13 independent observations are drawn from Population 1 and a separate random sample of nine ndent observations are made of Population 2. Sample 1 shows that si 141, and Sample for shows S = 123. What can one conclude about the variances of the two populations? 2 shows 32

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