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    Hi guys

    I have a quick question on a statistics problem. I have been given data showing the number of passengers using Kings Cross and Euston train stations (in millions) per year, for 20 years. I'm wondering whether this would be considered a matched pairs or independent sample.

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    Well the two samples can't be independent...that's my view!
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    depends if they count those that have used both Euston and Kings Cross - as that then cannot be independent.
 
 
 
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