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    Please look at the junk food dollar amounts for men and women and children and perform a hypothesis test to find out if there is a difference in junk food spending between all three groups. Use ANOVA. (Use level of significance .05)

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    H0 : There is no significant difference between men women and children on the amount spent on junk food
    H1 : There is significant difference

    Calculations

    Raw Sum of squares is ∑∑yij*yij = 134999
    Correction factor = ...

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    To test if there is significant difference in junk food spending between men, women and children

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