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3. Let X denote daily work hours. Suppose that for the sample of workers you have, the average daily work hours are 8 hours, with a standard deviation of 5. Suppose now let Z denote weekly work hours, find the mean and standard deviation for Z (assuming everyone works 5 days per week in your sample)