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John wants to advocate for making study rooms available to students. In an effort to learn whether the time of day or the day of the week would be most important to consider in deciding when to make such rooms available, he polls a randomly selected group of students to find out what time of day and what days of the week students at his school tend to study. Morning
5
12
18
16
9
Afternoon
14
24
26
19
5
Evening
12
14
17
13
6
Run an appropriate test to help John decide whether it makes more difference what time of day the rooms are available or what day of the week. Use alpha = 0.05.

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