In the last decade, society in general and the judicial system in particular have altered their opinions on the seriousness of drunken driving. In most jurisdictions, driving an automobile with a blood alcohol level in excess of .08 is a felony. Because of a number of factors, it is difficult to provide guidelines for when it is safe for someone who has consumed alcohol to drive a car. In an experiment to examine the relationship between blood alcohol level and the weight of a drinker, 50 men of varying weights were each given three beers to drink, and 1 hour later their blood alcohol levels were measured. If we assume that the two variables are normally distributed, can we conclude that blood alcohol level and weight are related?

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