A recent study found that the death rate for people who sleep 6 to 7 hours per night is lower than the death rate for people who sleep 8 or more hours. The 1.1 million observations used for this study came from a random survey of Americans aged 30 to 102. Each survey respondent was tracked for 4 years. The death rate for people sleeping 7 hours was calculated as the ratio of the number of deaths over the span of the study among people sleeping 7 hours to the total number of survey respondents who slept 7 hours. This calculation was then repeated for people sleeping 6 hours, and so on. Would you recommend that Americans who sleep 9 hours per night consider reducing their sleep to 6 or 7 hours if they want to prolong their lives? Why or why not? Explain.