In a study of the effect of college student employment on academic performance, the following summary statistics for GPA were reported for a sample of students who worked and for a sample of students who did not work (University of Central Florida Undergraduate Research Journal, Spring 2005):
The samples were selected at random from working and nonworking students at the University of Central Florida. Does this information support the hypothesis that for students at this university, those who are not employed have a higher mean GPA than those who are employed?

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