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A researcher has observed independent samples of females and males, recording how long each person took to complete his or her shopping at a local mall. The respective times, in minutes, are listed in file. Using the 0.025 level of significance in a one-tail test, would females appear to exhibit more variability than males in the length of time shopping in this mall?
females males
26 33
35 40
75 50
63 32
36 28
71 39
54 32
68 33
37 31
48 36
42 26
43 37
73 38
55 21
47 39
71 48
27 38
56 36
37 59
25 59
88 53
42 59
33 35
66 38
45 24
53 28
46 45
74 28
58 23
51 15
58 61
48 31
48 17
42 55
55 31
50 55
61 37
28 36
41 20
58 48

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    What file? We can't help you unless we know the minutes listed in the file.

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    females males
    26 33
    35 40
    75 50
    63 32
    36 28
    71 39
    54 32
    68 33
    37 31
    48 36
    42 26
    43 37
    73 38
    55 21
    47 39
    71 48
    27 38
    56 36
    37 59
    25 59
    88 53
    42 59
    33 35
    66 38
    45 24
    53 28
    46 45
    74 28
    58 23
    51 15
    58 61
    48 31
    48 17
    42 55
    55 31
    50 55
    61 37
    28 36
    41 20
    58 48

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    Lina, either you reproduce the contents of the file so we can see the numbers, or you provide a link from where we can download the file for informtion. As Ms Sue said, it would not be possible to give further help if we don't see the data.

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