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Please tell me which test would be best to use in a nonparametric test of hypothesis for (is the average income of men and women greater than 30000).
Here are the tests:
KruskalWallis
MannWhitney

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KruskalWallis is the nonparametric counterpart of the oneway between subjects ANOVA. MannWhitney is the nonparametric counterpart of the independent groups ttest.
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