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An experiment Iwas conducted to compile the mean lengthsof tine requrecl for the tilolliitg,I absorption oftwo drugs Amcl El. Ten people were...

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An experiment Iwas conducted to compile the mean lengthsof tine requrecl for the tilolliitg,I absorption oftwo drugs Amcl
El. Ten people were ra1clolrlI.r selected and assigned to receive one of the clmgs [sample size per each group was lflfl-'l'he
length oftin'le {in mhutfij for the dmgte reach a specified level in the hluocl was recorded. mcl the da'la sun'ln'larg,I is given
in the table: a; = 15.35 a; = 13.92 a. Do the clalzl provide sufficient evidenceto inclicatea difference in mean times to absorption for the two thugs? Test
using :1 = H.115. TfilHn=#1—Hs=flfi-Hl=m—n2#fl -a_3s41 t mow: _
Thecriticalt=I [SEIEfl] *I in in
WEI [WT] 1' Ireject the null hypofl'resis.'|'ha'efom.weI [SHEEN rI cclnclucle that there are sufficient evidence to inclicate a difference in mean tilTlE to absorption for the two drugs. h. Cclnshucta 95% conficlence intenrd forlhe cliFFemnce in mean timestcl damrpfiun. Does the intern-d confirm your cclnclusion in la]? arson-{I [Select] *II ISHEE't] * l|:'l'heintenrd confirm the conclusion in HI. Imam] t

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