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Because of the popularity of National Football League (NFL) games, tickets can be difficult to acquire if you are not a season ticket holder. Many people buy NFL tickets on the secondary market when the owners of season tickets to the games sell them. Suppose the NFL would like to determine if the median number of secondary tickets sold for the home games of the Baltimore Ravens, Green Bay Packers, and New England Patriots differ from one another. Random samples of home games for each team were selected, and the number of tickets sold on the secondary market for each game recorded in the following table. These data can also be found in the Excel file median ticket prices. xlsx.
Perform a hypothesis test using α = 0.05 to determine if there is a difference in the median number of secondary tickets sold for the three teams’ homes games.


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