# 1 ANOVA: One Way Analysis of Variance 5.1. Introduction Analysis...

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1. The result of ANOVA shows that the average hourly wage waiters are paid for are not the same in three towns. The observed F-statistics of 5.7779 is greater than the 5% significance critical value, which implies that the test rejected the null hypothesis that the average hourly wages for waiters in three towns are the same. Analysis of Variance itself does not tell us which town(s) are specifically deviated from other majority, but the casual inspection detects very low average wage for town C while average wages in town A and town B can be statistically indistinguishable....

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