Asked Dec 2, 2019

.  A producer of high quality teas wants to be sure they are filling tea bags with an average weight of 5.5 grams.  Any underfilling or overfilling is undesirable.   The correct set of hypotheses is


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Claim: Any under filling or overfilling tea bag...

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