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    I am trying to compare 2 places (by saying they have different characteristics), and I made a bar chart showing different scores on a survey I conducted. However like 2 out of 20 scores are close to the other scores in the other place (e.g. 41 and 49). Overall, I want to say there is a difference. How can I devise something like a number (score 20 away from the other place) to say that there is a significant difference?
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