The 2008 General Social Survey asked a large number of people howmuch time they spentwatchingTV each day. The mean number of hours was 2.98 with a standard deviation of 2.66. Assume that in a sample of 40 teenagers, the sample standard deviation of daily TV time is 1.9 hours, and that the population of TV watching times is normally distributed. Can you conclude that the population standard deviation of TV watching times for teenagers is less than 2.66?

Leslie Ogu PSYC 2012 04/04/2016 Prejudice / Stereotypes Variety of Prejudice ➢ Race, Gender, Religion, Ethnicity, Age these are all common topics of study for prejudice ➢ BUT any group can be a target ** ○ Political groups, colleges, fraternities, trekkies (fans of Star Wars), freshman, etc ABC’s ➢ Prejudice...