A study was done before the recent surge in gasoline prices to compare the cost to drive 25 miles for different types of hybrid vehicles. The cost of a gallon of gas at the time of the study was approximately $2.50. Based on the information given below for different models of hybrid cars, trucks, and SUVs, is there sufficient evidence to conclude a difference in the mean cost to drive 25 miles? Use α = 0.05.
The null hypothesis was rejected. Use the Scheffé test when sample sizes are unequal or the Tukey test when sample sizes are equal, to test the differences between the pairs of means. Assume all variables are normally distributed, samples are independent, and the population variances are equal.

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