# math

A professor measured the time (in seconds) required to catch a falling meter stick for 19 randomly selected students’ dominant and non-dominant hand. The professor claims that the reaction time in an individual’s dominant hand is less than the reaction time in their non-dominant hand. At the 0.05 significance level, test the claim that the reaction time in an individual’s dominant hand is less than the reaction time in their non-dominant hand. (The results can be found in the first two columns of the Minitab file).
a. If we conduct statistical inference for this problem, what is (are) the parameter(s) we are conducting inference on?

are the parameters the individuals reaction time between dominant and non dominant hands?

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