Consider a large sample test of H0 : μ-65, performed by a computer, where μ is the certain population mean. The output reports a two-tailed p-value of 0.1032. Which of the following will allow you to reject the null hypothesis at the corresponding α-level? Select one: a. Ha : μ < 65,2 = 1.63, α = 0.1 b. Ha : > 65,z 1.63, a 0.1 c. Ha : u 65,-1.63,a-0.05

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Consider a large sample test of H0 : μ-65, performed by a computer, where μ is the certain
population mean. The output reports a two-tailed p-value of 0.1032. Which of the following will
allow you to reject the null hypothesis at the corresponding α-level?
Select one:
a. Ha : μ < 65,2 = 1.63, α = 0.1
b. Ha : > 65,z 1.63, a 0.1
c. Ha : u 65,-1.63,a-0.05

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Consider a large sample test of H0 : μ-65, performed by a computer, where μ is the certain population mean. The output reports a two-tailed p-value of 0.1032. Which of the following will allow you to reject the null hypothesis at the corresponding α-level? Select one: a. Ha : μ < 65,2 = 1.63, α = 0.1 b. Ha : > 65,z 1.63, a 0.1 c. Ha : u 65,-1.63,a-0.05

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