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# Femur injury in a car crash: One-way Anova

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Femur Injury in a Car Crash - Listed below are head injury data from crash test dummies. These measurements are in hic, which denotes a standard head injury criterion. Use a 0.05 significance level to test the null hypothesis that the different car categories have the same mean.

Small Cars: 290, 406, 371, 544, 374, 501, 376, 499, 479, 475

Medium Cars: 245, 502, 474, 505, 393, 264, 368, 510, 296, 349

Large Cars: 342, 216, 335, 698, 216, 169, 608, 432, 510, 332

Final conclusion in words of the problem?

Do these data suggest that larger cars are safer?

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Femur Injury in a Car Crash - Listed below are head injury data from crash test dummies. These measurements are in hic, which denotes a standard head injury criterion. Use a 0.05 significance level to test the null hypothesis that the different car categories have the same mean.

Small Cars: 290, 406, 371, 544, 374, 501, 376, 499, 479, 475

Medium Cars: 245, 502, 474, 505, 393, 264, 368, 510, 296, 349

Large Cars: 342, 216, 335, 698, 216, 169, 608, 432, 510, 332

Final conclusion in words of the problem?

Do these data suggest that larger cars are safer?

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The expert examines Femur injury in a car crash for a one-way ANOVA.

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