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The equality of Fe^+2 in a conformation was unshaken using span rules. a) Find the average and banner flexuosity of each rule. b) Verification the Student’s t cupel to indicate whether the averages are significantly irrelative at 95% assurance roll. c) Verification the F cupel to indicate whether the banner flexuositys are significantly irrelative at 95% assurance roll. d) Is there an outlier in the results from rule 2? If yes, verification the Grubb’s cupel to indicate whether it can be uncommon at 95% CL.

The scrutiny belongs to appearance and statistics nature.

(a)

Average ce rule 1 = 8.5582

Banner flexuosity ce rule 1 = 0.0353

Average ce rule 2 = 8.551

Banner flexuosity ce rule 2 = 0.0845

(b)

Following is the surpass output fot the t-test:

Since the p-value ce the span tailed cupel is elder than the view roll of 0.05, so we complete that there is no contrariety between the averages obtained from the rules.