# Answer to Question #40842 in Statistics and Probability for melvin

Question #40842

A town-planning sub-committee in Tshwane wanted to know if there is any difference in the mean travelling time to work of car and Train commuters. They there carried out a survey amongst car and bus commuters and with the following sample statistics:

Car Commuters

Train Commuters

X1= 29.6 min

X2 = 25.2 min

S1= 5.2 min

S2= 2.8 min

N1=22 drivers

N2=36 passengers

4.1 Test the hypothesis at the 5% significance level that it takes car commuters to get to work earlier than Train commuters.

Car Commuters

Train Commuters

X1= 29.6 min

X2 = 25.2 min

S1= 5.2 min

S2= 2.8 min

N1=22 drivers

N2=36 passengers

4.1 Test the hypothesis at the 5% significance level that it takes car commuters to get to work earlier than Train commuters.

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