# Statistic Case Study for Bottle Company

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Investigating Bottling Company Case Study T.P University Statistics Mat 300 Mr. Thevar December 01, 2013 Investigating Bottling Company Case Study The case study that is being investigated is for a bottling company producing less soda than what is advertised. Customers have complained that the sodas in the bottles contain less than the advertised sixteen ounces. The employees at the company have measured the amount of soda contained in each bottle. There are thirty bottles that have been pulled from the shelves. The manager of the company would like to have a detailed report on the possible causes, if any, for the shortage in the amount of soda or if the claim is not supported explain how to mitigate the…show more content…
To verify the claim that the bottles contain less than sixteen ounces of soda a hypothesis test will be performed. To find the null hypothesis that represents the claim to be true or to be used as a basis of argument until it is proven. The null hypothesis is H0 greater than or equal to sixteen ounces. The alternative hypothesis is H1 less than sixteen ounces. The type of test used is one tailed testing. If using a significance level of .05, a one-tailed test allots the entire alpha to testing the statistical significance in the one direction of interest. This means that .05 is in one tail of the distribution test statistic. When using a one-tailed test, it is testing for the possibility of the relationship in one direction and completely disregarding the possibility of a relationship in the other direction ("UCLA: Statistical Consulting Group," 2007). The value of the test is calculated by the mean 1 minus mean 2. Therefore, 14.87 – 16 equals -1.13 divided by standard deviation 0.55 divided by square root of random sample 30 equals .375. The P value is calculated by using the formula P (Z < equal to .375). The P value is 0.646. The P value is greater than the significance level of test which is .05. The answer is the mean of 0.5 < 0.646. The conclusion of the test for the null hypothesis is not rejected. This suggests the alternative hypothesis must be true that the soda in the bottles is less than sixteen ounces. The type of error