*Use the following information to answer the next ten exercises.* indicate which of the following choices best identifies the hypothesis test.

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**10.25****115**. University of Michigan researchers reported in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute that quitting smoking is especially beneficial for those under age 49. In this American Cancer Society study, the risk (probability) of dying of lung cancer was about the same as for those who had never smoked.

**116**. Lesley E. Tan investigated the relationship between left-handedness vs. right-handedness and motor competence in preschool children. Random samples of 41 left-handed preschool children and 41 right-handed preschool children were given several tests of motor skills to determine if there is evidence of a difference between the children based on this experiment. The experiment produced the means and standard deviations shown Table \(\PageIndex{26}\). Determine the appropriate test and best distribution to use for that test.

| Left-handed | Right-handed |

Sample size | 41 | 41 |

Sample mean | 97.5 | 98.1 |

Sample standard deviation | 17.5 | 19.2 |

Table \(\PageIndex{26}\)

- This is:
- a test of two independent means.
- a test of two proportions.
- a test of a single mean.
- a test of a single proportion.