In each of Exercises, use the technology of your choice to decide whether applying the t-test to perform a hypothesis test for the population mean in question appears reasonable. Explain your answers. Cardiovascular Hospitalizations. From the Florida State Center for Health Statistics report, Women and Cardiovascular Disease Hospitalizations, we found that, for cardiovascular hospitalizations, the mean age of women is 71.9 years. At one hospital, a random sample of 20 of its female cardiovascular patients had the following ages, in years. 75.9 83.7 87.3 74.5 82.5 78.2 76.1 52.8 56.4 53.8 88.2 78.9 81.7 54.4 52.7 58.9 97.6 65.8 86.4 72.4

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In each of Exercises, use the technology of your choice to decide whether applying the t-test to perform a hypothesis test for the population mean in question appears reasonable. Explain your answers.

Cardiovascular Hospitalizations. From the Florida State Center for Health Statistics report, Women and Cardiovascular Disease Hospitalizations, we found that, for cardiovascular hospitalizations, the mean age of women is 71.9 years. At one hospital, a random sample of 20 of its female cardiovascular patients had the following ages, in years.

75.9 83.7 87.3 74.5 82.5
78.2 76.1 52.8 56.4 53.8
88.2 78.9 81.7 54.4 52.7
58.9 97.6 65.8 86.4 72.4

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