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Experian Marketing Services reported that the typical American spends 2.4 hours (144 minutes) per day accessing the Internet via a mobile device. You wonder if males and females spend differing amounts of time per day accessing the Internet through a mobile device. You select a sample of 60 friends and family (30 males and 30 females), collect times spent per day accessing the Internet through a mobile device (in minutes), and store the data collected in InternetMobileTime2 .
a. Assuming that the variances in the population of times spent per day accessing the Internet via a mobile device are equal, is there evidence of a difference between males and females in the mean time spent per day accessing the Internet via a mobile device? (Use a 0.05 level of significance.)
b. In addition to equal variances, what other assumption is necessary in (a)?


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