# To compare commuting times in various locations, independent random samples were

Aug 18th, 2014
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To compare commuting times in various locations, independent random samples were obtained from the six cities presented in the “Longest Commute to Work” graphic on page 255 in your textbook. The samples were from workers who commute to work during the 8:00 a.m. rush hour. One-way Travel to Work in Minutes

 Atlanta Boston Dallas Philadelphia Seattle St. Louis 29 18 42 29 30 15 21 37 25 20 23 24 20 27 26 33 31 42 15 25 32 37 39 23 37 32 20 42 14 33 26 34 26 18 48 35
• Construct a graphic representation of the data using six side-by-side dotplots.
• Visually estimate the mean commute time for each city and locate it with an X.
• Does it appear that different cities have different effects on the average amount of time spent by workers who commute to work during the 8:00 a.m. rush hour? Explain.
• Does it visually appear that different cities have different effects on the variation in the amount of time spent by workers who commute to work during the 8:00 a.m. rush hour? Explain.

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