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In the lettuce yield example presented on page 494, would

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Problem 3E

Problem 3E

In the lettuce yield example presented on page 494, would it be a good idea to use the t test described in Section 6.7 to determine whether the fertilizers differ in their effects on yield? Why or why not?

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