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Non-accounting : n1 = 13 S2 1 = 210.2Accounting : n2 = 10 S2 2 = 36.5A professor in the accounting department of a business school would like to determine whether there is more variability in the final exam scores of students taking the introductory accounting course who are not majoring in accounting than for students taking the course who are majoring in accounting. Random samples of 13 non-accounting majors and 10 accounting majors are selected from the professor’s class roster in his large lecture, and the following results are computed based on the final exam scores: At the 0.05 level of significance, is there evidence that there is more variability in the final exam scores of students taking the introductory accounting course who are not majoring in accounting than for students taking the course who are majoring in accounting? Assume that the population final exam scores are normally distributed

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