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A random sample of n observations is selected from a normal population to test the null hypothesis that p 10. Specify the rejection region for each of the following
combinations of Ha, , and n.
H2a 10, a 0.05; n 14
b. Ha e10, a =0.10; n 24
. Ha > 10; a 0.01, n 12
d. Ha 10; a=0.10 ; n 11
e. Ha H10, a 0.01; n = 22
f. Ha H10, oa 0.05; n 5
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Transcribed Image Text:A random sample of n observations is selected from a normal population to test the null hypothesis that p 10. Specify the rejection region for each of the following combinations of Ha, , and n. H2a 10, a 0.05; n 14 b. Ha e10, a =0.10; n 24 . Ha > 10; a 0.01, n 12 d. Ha 10; a=0.10 ; n 11 e. Ha H10, a 0.01; n = 22 f. Ha H10, oa 0.05; n 5 a. Select the correct choice below and fill in the answer box within your choice (Round to three decimal places as needed.) It- B. t O C. t Click to select and enter your answer(s) and then click Check Answer Check Answer Clear All Sparts remaining search
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