The summary statistics in the table are for a comparison of females and males on the number of hours a day that the subject watched TV. Complete parts a through c below. Group Females Mean SD 3.08 679 639 2.53 Males 2.88 2.48 Using software in which you can use summarized data, conduct all parts of the significance test.. Interpret the P-value, and report the conclusion for a significance level of 0.05 The test statistic is (Round to two decimal places as needed.)

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The summary statistics in the table are for a comparison of females and males on the number of hours a day that the subject watched TV. Complete parts a through c
below.
Group
Females
Mean
SD
3.08
679
639
2.53
Males
2.88
2.48
Using software in which you can use summarized data, conduct all parts of the significance test.. Interpret the P-value, and report the conclusion for a significance
level of 0.05
The test statistic is
(Round to two decimal places as needed.)

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The summary statistics in the table are for a comparison of females and males on the number of hours a day that the subject watched TV. Complete parts a through c below. Group Females Mean SD 3.08 679 639 2.53 Males 2.88 2.48 Using software in which you can use summarized data, conduct all parts of the significance test.. Interpret the P-value, and report the conclusion for a significance level of 0.05 The test statistic is (Round to two decimal places as needed.)

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