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    Analysis of Variance Chest Deceleration in a Car Crash

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    Chest Deceleration in a Car Crash: The chest deceleration data (g) are given below.
    Use a 0.05 significance level to test null hypothesis that the different weight categories have the same mean. Do the data suggest that larger cars are safer?

    Subcompact: 681 428 917 898 420
    Compact 643 655 442 514 525
    Midsize: 469 727 525 454 259
    Full-size 384 656 602 687 360

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    The solution gives the details of ANOVA for chest deceleration in a car crash data. Null hypothesis, alternative hypothesis, critical value, p value and test statistic are given with interpretations.

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