The number of households currently receiving a daily newspaper has decreased over the last 10 years, and many people state they obtain information about current events through television news and the Internet. To test whether people who receive a daily newspaper have a greater knowledge of current events than people who donâ€™t, a sociologist gave a current events test to 25 randomly selected people who subscribe to a daily newspaper and to 30 randomly selected persons who do not receive a daily newspaper. The following stem-and-leaf graphs give the scores (maximum score is 70) for the two groups. Does it appear that people who receive a daily newspaper have aÂ greater knowledge of current events? Be sure to evaluate all necessary conditions for your procedures to be valid.