Suppose you are now in a different reality in which this study never took place though you are still interested in studying the average vitamin D levels of US landscapers. In other words, the underlying population mean and standard deviation are now unknown to you. Furthermore, you would like to collect data from US office workers to examine the difference between the average vitamin D levels of landscapers and office workers, which will reflect any occupational sun exposure differences as measured by blood vitamin D levels. You obtain research funding to sample at random 40 landscapers and 49 office workers, collect blood samples, and send these samples to your collaborating lab in order to quantify the amount of vitamin D in both groups’ blood. After anxiously awaiting your colleagues to complete their lab quantification protocol, they email you the following vitamin D level data as shown in the following tables.
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