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# Ages of Gamblers The mean age of a sample of 25 people who

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Ages of Gamblers The mean age of a sample of 25 people who were playing the slot machines is 48.7 years, and the standard deviation is 6.8 years. The mean age of a sample of 35 people who were playing roulette is 55.3 with a standard deviation of 3.2 years. Can it be concluded at a _ 0.05 that the mean age of those playing the slot machines is less than those playing roulette?

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