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Cans of Coke For the sample data from Exercise 1, we get “P -value < 0.01” when testing the claim that the new filling process results in volumes with the same standard deviation of 0.115 oz.

a. What should we conclude about the null hypothesis?

b. What should we conclude about the original claim?

c. What do these results suggest about the new filling process?

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