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Women own an average of 15 pairs of shoes. This is based on a survey of female adults by Kelton Research for Eneslow, the New York City–based Foot Comfort Center. Suppose a random sample of 35 newly hired female college graduates was taken and the sample mean was 18.37 pairs of shoes. If σ = 6.12 does this sample provide sufficient evidence that young female college graduates’ mean number of shoes is greater than the overall mean number for all female adults? Use a 0.10 level of significance.


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