# At a large state university, the population data show that the average number of times that students meet with their academic advisors is 4.2 with = 1.8. The dean of student activities at this university wondered what the relation was between being involved in student clubs and organizations (such as the band, student government, or the ski club) and

Chapter 6, Exercises #100

At a large state university, the population data show that the average number of times that students meet with their academic advisors is 4.2 with σ = 1.8. The dean of student activities at this university wondered what the relation was between being involved in student clubs and organizations (such as the band, student government, or the ski club) and being involved academically in the university. She assumed that meeting with an academic advisor indicated students took their academics seriously. From the students who had been involved in student clubs and organizations for all four years of college, she obtained a random sample of 76 students, interviewed them individually, and found M = 4.8 for the number of times they met with their academic advisors. Complete all six steps of hypothesis testing.