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    Seafood Prices Sample Test

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    You manage a grocery chain advertising account, and need to gather some data to support a campaign you are planning with your client, Rainbow Foods. The campaign will focus on seafood, and you need data to support your supposition that your client has the lowest prices, as compared to Cub Foods, Byerly's, and Kowalski's. The client points out that you need to include a control for the type of seafood. You agree on five categories:

    - 30-count wild shrimp, in shells.
    - Fillets of farmed tilapia.
    - Alaskan king crab legs.
    - Steaks of wild caught salmon.
    - Cod fillets.

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