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The table list the sugar content of two types of apples from three different orchards. At a=0.05, test the claim that the sugar content of the apples and the orchard where they were grown are not related.

Sugar Content------Orchard 1----- Orchard 2------Orchard 3
Apple type1:--------------5,---------------- 4 ,---------------- 4
Apple type 2:------------ 37,----------------20,----------------5

A) There is evidence to reject the claim that the sugar content of the apple type and the orchard number are not related because the test value 5.991>5.488
B) There is not evidence to reject the claim that the sugar content of the apple type and the orchard number are not related because the test value 5.488<5.991
C) There is evidence to reject the claim that the sugar content of the apple type and the orchard number are not related because the test value 12.592>2.317
D) There is not evidence to reject the claim that the sugar content of the apple type and the orchard number are not related because the test value 2,317<12.592

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