chaseA My Drive Google DriveGA random sample of 100 COS XMath 21 Final Fall 2009In Person Finalnasejamescanterbury/Dropbox/Online%20Final%20Exam%20F19.pdf3. The American Medical Association claims that the mean time spent by its memberswith patients is over 50 hours per week.A sample of 144 doctors revealed that they spent a mean of 51.1 hours per week withpatients, with a population standard deviation of 4.05 hours per week.Test the AMA's claim at the 0.05 level of significance.p-value: 0.0007)(Test Stat: 3.26If the claim was "The mean number of hours is greater than 48", would you expect thep-value to increase or decrease? Explain your reasoning.MacBook AirF2F3F4))F5F6F7F8F9F10F11F12#3%24&4.9.deleteE{P.1н+||* CO

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Please answer all of question two. That includes the question at the bottom of the page asking about the p value increasing or decreasing if the mean number was changed to 48. Thank you!

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3. The American Medical Association claims that the mean time spent by its members
with patients is over 50 hours per week.
A sample of 144 doctors revealed that they spent a mean of 51.1 hours per week with
patients, with a population standard deviation of 4.05 hours per week.
Test the AMA's claim at the 0.05 level of significance.
p-value: 0.0007)
(Test Stat: 3.26
If the claim was "The mean number of hours is greater than 48", would you expect the
p-value to increase or decrease? Explain your reasoning.
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chase A My Drive Google Drive GA random sample of 100 COS X Math 21 Final Fall 2009 In Person Final nasejamescanterbury/Dropbox/Online%20Final%20Exam%20F19.pdf 3. The American Medical Association claims that the mean time spent by its members with patients is over 50 hours per week. A sample of 144 doctors revealed that they spent a mean of 51.1 hours per week with patients, with a population standard deviation of 4.05 hours per week. Test the AMA's claim at the 0.05 level of significance. p-value: 0.0007) (Test Stat: 3.26 If the claim was "The mean number of hours is greater than 48", would you expect the p-value to increase or decrease? Explain your reasoning. MacBook Air F2 F3 F4 )) F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 #3 %24 & 4. 9. delete E { P. 1 н +|| * CO

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Given: Sample size = n=114 Sample size = 51.1 Population standard deviation= o = 4.05

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Original null and alternative hypothesis: H:µ<50 H:µ>50 For this hypothesis test, test statistic =t= 3.26 And p-value = 0.0007

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Let, the formula of test statistic is,

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