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A hypothesis test is conducted with H0:μ=55 and H1:μ>55 A simple random sample of size n=64 is drawn, with x¯=62, and s=18.

Compute the test statistic. (Round to two decimal places.)

Determine the P-value. (Round to four decimals places.)

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