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    Beers Consumed by Olympic Athletes

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    How do I determine the null and alternate hypothesis for ANOVA for the following example?

    1. Whether the number of beers consumed after their competition differs for Olympic athletes who won Gold, Silver, or Bronze medals. This would be a one-way ANOVA.

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    Null Hypothesis:
    H0 : The number of beers consumed by the athletes who won Gold, Silver or Bronze
    medal are all equal.

    Alternative Hypothesis :

    Ha : The number of beers consumed ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution determines the null and alternate hypothesis for ANOVA for beers consumed by Olympic athletes.

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