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Eden Urgessa
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Samples were taken of individuals with each blood type to see if the average white blood cell count differed among types. Ten individuals in each group were sampled. A, state the null hypothesis?

B, construct an ANOVA table
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more than 4 weeks ago
The null hypothesis would be: There is no difference in the average white blood cell count among individuals with different blood types.
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Google Gemini AI
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Null Hypothesis: There is no difference in the average white blood cell count among the four blood types.
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