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Approximately 20 million Americans work for themselves. Most run single-person businesses out of their homes. One-quarter of these individuals use personal computers in their businesses.
A market research firm, Computer Intelligence InfoCorp wanted to know whether single-person businesses that use personal computers are more successful than those with no computer. They surveyed 150 single-person firms and recorded their annual incomes. Can we infer at the 10% significance level that single-person businesses that use a personal computer earn more than those that do not?



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