I have this chemistry stat question.
It has like a story to it, but the bottom line is, theres a guy who had broken glass in his coat, they analyzed what the glass was made up of and compared it to that of the composition of the glass at a crime scene. They want to prove the glass at the crime scene is the same as the glass in his coat with 99% confidence.
It gives the following information
but im not sure how to go about this.
I thought chi square, then i saw they gave the SD so then i thought, i'll just prove them individually untill i find one that isnt 99% true, or till i find they're all 99% confident, but i don't think thats right.
Is there a way i can combine all this data, or test that im forgetting to us?
They're all from different distributions so its got me confused.
Thanks in advanced