# Answer to Question #5489 in Statistics and Probability for nana

Question #5489

To learn about how diet affects the chances of getting diverticular disease, 20

vegetarians, 6 of whom had the disease, were studied. The total daily dietary fiber

consumed by each of these individuals was determined, with the following results:

n=6, m=14, E(X)=26.8gr, E(Y)=42.5gr, Sd(X)=9.2gr, and Sd(Y)=9.5gr.

Test the hypothesis that the mean dietary fiber consumed daily is the same for the

population of vegetarians having diverticular disease and the population of

vegetarians who do not have this disease. Use the 5 percent level of significance.

Calculate Pvalue.

vegetarians, 6 of whom had the disease, were studied. The total daily dietary fiber

consumed by each of these individuals was determined, with the following results:

n=6, m=14, E(X)=26.8gr, E(Y)=42.5gr, Sd(X)=9.2gr, and Sd(Y)=9.5gr.

Test the hypothesis that the mean dietary fiber consumed daily is the same for the

population of vegetarians having diverticular disease and the population of

vegetarians who do not have this disease. Use the 5 percent level of significance.

Calculate Pvalue.

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