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- Let say I have 50 raw data of height of students. I want to do goodness of fit test to check whether normal distribution is appropriate model for the data at a certain significance level

The first step is to group the data and make a table so I can get the observed frequency for each data interval. I did two different groupings (something like 150 - 160 , 160 - 170 , etc and the other is 150 - 170, 170 - 190, etc) and found out that the conclusion of the hypothesis is different, one resulting in accepting null hypothesis and the other rejecting the null hypothesis.

Is it possible different grouping resulting in different conclusion? Or there should be mistake in my working?

Thanks

Is it possible different grouping resulting in different conclusion? Or there should be mistake in my working?

Thanks