) A researcher investigated whether following a vegetarian diet couldto reduce blood pressure. For a sample of 85


) A researcher investigated whether following a vegetarian diet couldto reduce blood pressure. For a sample of 85 people who followed a vegetarian diet for 4 months, the mean systolic blood pressure was 124 mmHg and for a sample of 75 people who followed a nonvegetarian diet for 4 months, the mean systolic blood pressure was 138 mmHg. Methods of statistics show that if a vegetarian diet had no effect on blood pressure, there would be less than 1 chance in a 100 of getting these results. Does the result have statistical significance


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