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The sponsors of television shows targeted at the children’s market wanted to know the amount of time children spend watching television because the types and number of programs and commercials are greatly influenced by this information. As a result, it was decided to survey 100 North American children and ask them to keep track of the number of hours of television they watch each week. From past experience, it is known that the population standard deviation of the weekly amount of television watched is σ = 8.0 hours. The television sponsors want an estimate of the amount of television watched by the average North American child. A confidence level of 95% is judged to be appropriate.



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