# A society called Parents Against Watching Television (PAWT) is primarily concerned with the amount of television viewed

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A society called Parents Against Watching Television (PAWT) is primarily concerned with the amount of television viewed by today’s youth. It asked 300 parents of elementary school aged children to estimate the number of hours their child spent watching television in any given week. The mean and the standard deviation for their responses were 17 and 3, respectively. PAWT then constructed a stem-and-leaf display for the data, which showed that the distribution of the number of hours was a symmetric, mound-shaped distribution. Identify the interval where you believe approximately 95% of the television viewing times fell in the distribution.

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## Statistics For Business And Economics

**ISBN:** 9781292227085

13th Global Edition

**Authors:** Terry Sincich James Mcclave, P. George Benson