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Suppose that the compression-strength observations onthe fourth type of box in Example

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Problem 2

Suppose that the compression-strength observations onthe fourth type of box in Example 10.1 had been 655.1,748.7, 662.4, 679.0, 706.9, and 640.0 (obtained by adding120 to each previous x4j). Assuming no change in theremaining observations, carry out an F test with a 5 .05

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Suppose that the compression-strength observations onthe fourth type of box in Example