Sub: Statistics Topic: ANOVA
Test whether the population mean hours Spent on TV among three cities are
same or not.
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An independent researcher has decided to study variations in TV viewing habits among three
American cities. She has managed to randomly sample households in Chicago, Atlanta, and
Minneapolis and gather data on the daily “on” times for households on a typical day. The data
is given below. Can we say with statistical certainty there are differences in TV “on” time
between these cities?
499 472 482 441
505 484 472 512
494 514 499 491
479 478 482 489
462 458 468 505
496 461 447 470