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The city of Toronto boasts four daily newspapers. Not surprisingly, competition is keen. To help learn more about newspaper readers, an advertiser selected a random sample of people who bought their newspapers from a street vendor and people who had the newspaper delivered to their homes. Each was asked how many minutes they spent reading their newspapers. Can we infer that the amount of time reading differs between the two groups?



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