To determine how talking on a cell phone affects driving ability, a researcher set up an experiment where she measured the reaction times (in milliseconds) of a sample of 12 adults under two conditions. Each participant was measured in a driving simulator while talking on a cell phone and then again without distraction. The order was randomized, and the results are displayed in the picture attached. (alpha=0.05) a. You want to use these data to test if cell phone use increases reaction time, on average. Before you answer this question, create a boxplot to check whether the relevant normality assumption for this analysis is met, and comment on your finding. b. Run a hypothesis test to answer your research question. Show all of your work and include all steps. c. List at least one possible confounding variable in this study.