9.2.2. is the name given to a number of widely scattered archaeological sites
and Arkansas, These are the remains of a society to have flourished lhe period from 1700 to 500 B.c. Among their characteristic artifacts are ornaments that were fashioned out of clay and then baked. following table (in associated with fouroflhese baked day ornaments in two Poverty Point sites, Terral Lewis and Jaketown (85).
The averages for the two samples are 1133.0 and 1013.5, respectively. Isit believable that these two settlements developed the technology to manufacture baked clay ornaments at the same time? Set up and test an appropriate Ho against a two-sided H1 at the
a = 0.05 level of s:isnitk.ance. Note: Sx = 266.9 and Sy = 224.3.
Terral Lewis Estima tes, .x, Jaketown Estimates, y;
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