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Chris, Steve, and Josh routinely play golf together and would like to know if the average number of golf balls lost during a round differs between them. The following table shows the number of golf balls lost by each player during a random sample of golf rounds.



Perform a one-way ANOVA using α = 0.01 to determine if a difference exists in the average number of golf balls lost during a round among these three players.
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H0: μ1 = μ2 = μ3
H1: Not all μs are equal





Because  = 13.125 is greater than Fα = 6.359, we reject the null hypothesis. Therefore, we can conclude that a difference exists in the average number of golf balls lost per round among these three players.

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