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Let’s Have a Cup of Tea! Minjuan Wang ED 690 T test Video 21. Inference for One Mean the t statistic for use when σ is not known. Emphasis is on paired samples and the t confidence test and interval.. 22. Comparing Two Means World's oldest tea found in Chinese emperor's tomb". Phys.org. 28 January 2016. Archived from the original on 17 September 2016 . Retrieved 22 July 2016. The oldest written reference to tea is from the year 59 BC.
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The earliest known physical evidence  of tea was discovered in 2016 in the mausoleum of Emperor Jing of Han in Xi'an, indicating that tea from the genus Camellia was drunk by Han dynasty emperors as early as the second century BC.  The Han dynasty work, "The Contract for a Youth", written by Wang Bao in 59 BC,  contains the first known reference to boiling tea. Among the tasks listed to be undertaken by the youth, the contract states that "he shall boil tea and fill the utensils" and "he shall buy tea at Wuyang".  The first record of tea cultivation is also dated to this period, during which tea was cultivated on Meng Mountain ( 蒙山) near Chengdu.  Another early credible record of tea drinking dates to the 3rd century AD, in a medical text by Hua Tuo, who stated, "to drink bitter t'u constantly makes one think better."  However, before the Tang dynasty, tea-drinking was primarily a southern Chinese practice centered in Jiankang.  Tea was disdained by the Northern dynasties aristocrats, who describe it as inferior to yogurt.   It became widely popular during the Tang dynasty, when it also spread to Korea, Japan, and Vietnam. The Classic of Tea, a treatise on tea and its preparations, was written by the 8th century Chinese writer, Lu Yu. He was known to have influenced tea drinking on a large part in China.  [ unreliable source?] Developments Tea with ingredients, China Production of organic tea has risen since its introduction in 1990 at Rembeng, Kondoli Tea Estate, Assam.  6,000 tons of organic tea were sold in 1999.  See also Tea drinking may have begun in the region of Yunnan during the Shang dynasty, where it was used for medicinal purposes. It is also believed that in Sichuan, "people began to boil tea leaves for consumption into a concentrated liquid without the addition of other leaves or herbs, thereby using tea as a bitter yet stimulating drink, rather than as a medicinal concoction." Yamamoto, T; Kim, M; Juneja, L R (1997). Chemistry and Applications of Green Tea. CRC Press. p.4. ISBN 978-0-8493-4006-2. For a long time, botanists have asserted the dualism of tea origin from their observations that there exist distinct differences in the morphological characteristics between Assamese varieties and Chinese varieties... Hashimoto and Shimura reported that the differences in the morphological characteristics in tea plants are not necessarily the evidence of the dualism hypothesis from the researches using the statistical cluster analysis method. In recent investigations, it has also been made clear that both varieties have the same chromosome number (n=15) and can be easily hybridised with each other. In addition, various types of intermediate hybrids or spontaneous polyploids of tea plants have been found in a wide area extending over the regions mentioned above. These facts may prove that the place of origin of Camellia sinensis is in the area including the northern part of the Burma, Yunnan, and Sichuan districts of China.
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Large collection of editable presentation maps of countries, continents, counties, states and flags Tea in Britain is traditionally brewed in a warmed china teapot, adding one spoonful of tea per person and one for the pot. Most Britons like their tea strong and dark, but with a lot of milk. Harler, Campbell Ronald (26 August 2014). "Tea production". Encyclopædia Britannica. Archived from the original on 30 April 2008 . Retrieved 1 June 2007.
Katherine Mansfield. A Cup of Tea. A Cup of Tea. Setting: Anything material or immaterial that influences the action of the story. Material- Where and When Immaterial- A set of ideas prevalent at that time Give an example of how the setting of a story can influence the action of a story. Tea is second most popular beverage in the world, surpassed only by water: an estimated 70,000 cups are drunk every second. Do not drink too much strong tea. It is likely to upset your stomach and cause insomnia if you make the tea too strong. Usually you can mix 4 grams (0.13 ounce) of tea leaves with 250 milliliters (0.44 pint) to make a cup of tea. An overall amount of 12 - 15 grams (0.4 - 0.5 ounces) of tea leaves is suitable for daily consumption.