Using data from Exercise 13.25, we used a randomization test to find out whether the typical number.

Using data from Exercise 13.25, we used a
randomization test to find out whether the typical number of winning runs in
the American League differed from that of the National League in professional
baseball. In each randomization we found the mean difference between the two
groups that were randomly selected from the combined group of data: the
combined data for the American and National Leagues. Note that, just as you
would expect under the null hypothesis, the distribution is centered at about
0. The observed difference in means (American League - National League) was
0.1086 and is shown by the red vertical line. Use the output provided and a
significance level of 0.05 to determine if typical number of winning runs
differs between the two leagues. How does this answer compare with your conclusion
when using the Mann-Whitney test in exercise 13.25?