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1. You are a muse in a clinic that treats patients with spinal cord injuries. You have been
asked to investigate wheelchair maneuvering in patients with lower-level spinal cord
injury [SCI] compared to healthy controls. During static sitting conditions, average
pressures were recorded under the iscbial tuberosities {bottom part of pelvic bones}. The
data for measurements of the left ishchial tuberosity {in mm HG} for the 551 and controis
is provided in the table below. It is known that pressure measurements in both
populations are normally distributed with equal variances. Can we conclude, on the basis
of these data that, in general, healthy subjects exhibit lower pressure than SCI subjects?
Assume a = CLUE, state the hypothesis that you are testing and MUM
can use EPSS to check your numbers and to produce any graphical displays). Pressures {mm Hg} Under the Pelvis during Static Conditions in lit Subjects

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