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Suppose Nielsen would like to test the hypothesis that people spend an average of 156 hours a month watching traditional TV. A random sample of 32 people watched an average of 140.7 hours of TV last month with a sample standard deviation of 32.1 hours. Test this hypothesis using α = 0.02 with the p-value approach.
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The p-value is between 0.01 and 0.02. Because the p-value < α, we reject the null hypothesis. Therefore, Nielsen can conclude that people do not spend an average of 156 hours a month watching traditional TV.

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