I would greatly appreciate if anyone could advise on solving this statistics problem. A chemist is comparing 32 different, but similar, chemicals for flammability. She wishes to work out whether there is any one of them that is significantly different from the others. Explain how many "2 independent sample" tests she would have to do, how likely it would be that at least one of those is wrong, and another way she could test these differences more accurately. Thanks for any offers on how to approach this.
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