### Does the situation described represent independent samples

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Refer to given Exercise. Does the situation described represent independent samples or paired data? Explain.

Exercise
A sample of 100 students at a university was asked how many hours a week they spent studying and how many they spent socializing. The difference was computed for each student. What are the research question, the population parameter, and the sample estimate for this study?

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