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In Exercises, find the mean and median for each of the two

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Problem 21BSC

Speeding and Race Listed below are speeds (in mi/h) of cars on the New Jersey Turnpike. All cars are going in the same direction, and all of the cars are from New Jersey. The speeds were measured with a radar gun and the researchers observed the races of the drivers.

The data are from Statlib and the authors are Joseph Kadane and John Lamberth. Does it appear that drivers of either race speed more than drivers of the other race?

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White drivers

African American drivers

74

79

77

70

69

71

71

76

77

76

69

74

72

71

75

75

74

74

72

74

Mean of white drivers = = 73

Median of white drivers

69

69

71

72

72

74

74

75

77

77

Median = 73

Mean of African American drivers = = 74

Median of African American drivers

70

71

71

74

74

74

75

76

76

79

Median = 74

African American drivers having better performance since they maintain average speed.

Yes, it appears that the drivers of either race speed more than drivers of the other race based on the greater mean.

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Chapter 3.2, Problem 21BSC is Solved
Textbook: Elementary Statistics
Edition: 12
Author: Mario F. Triola
ISBN: 9780321836960

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