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Testing Laboratory Gloves The New York Times ran an article about a study in which Professor Denise Korniewicz and other Johns Hopkins researchers subjected laboratory gloves to stress. Among 240 vinyl gloves, 63% leaked viruses. Among 240 latex gloves, 7% leaked viruses. At the 0.005 significance level, test the claim that vinyl gloves have a larger virus leak rate than latex gloves.

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