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    ANOVA Analysis of Variance

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    The Excel file TV Viewing.xls provides sample data on the number of hours of TV viewing per week for six age groups. Conduct an ANOVA to determine if the mean number of hours of TV viewing per week is the same for all age groups. If the null hypothesis is rejected, apply the Tukey-Kramer multiple comparison procedure to identify significant differences.

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    This problem provides solution to TV Viewing problem to understand if the mean number of TV viewing hours across six age groups is signficantly different.