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If the means for our groups on calories consumed a day were Group A = 2000, Group B = 2500, and Group C = 3000 could we just assume that all of the groups had statistically different means? How could we determine which groups were significantly different from each other?

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    Do a hypothesis test to determine if the groups are significantly different from each other.

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