Headability is the ability of a cylindrical piece of material to be shaped into the head of a bolt, screw, or other cold-formed part without cracking. The article “New Methods for Assessing Cold Heading Quality” (Wire J. Intl., Oct. 1996: 66–72) described the result of a headability impact test applied to 30 specimens of aluminum killed steel and 30 specimens of silicon killed steel. The sample mean headability rating number for the steel specimens was 6.43 and the sample mean for aluminum specimens was 7.09. Suppose that the sample standard deviations were 1.08 and 1.19, respectively. Do you agree with the article’s authors that the difference in headability ratings is significant at the 5% level?