For each problem, write which test you used in your calculator, draw the graph, calculate p-value, and write your conclusion in a complete sentence. Types of Tests: 2 sample mean t, 2 sample mean z, 2 sample proportion z, difference between means t. A SRS of 25 daisies in Arroyo Grande shows that the average number of petals on the flower is 13 with a population standard deviation of 2.5. Assume that the Arroyo Grande data is normally distributed. A SRS of 37 daisies in Atascadero shows that the average number of petals on the flower is 17 with a population standard deviation of 1.7. Determine if there is enough evidence to show that the average number of petals on daisies in Atascadero is the same as that of Arroyo Grande.

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For each problem, write which test you used in your calculator, draw the graph, calculate p-value, and write your conclusion in a complete sentence. Types of Tests: 2 sample mean t, 2 sample mean z, 2 sample proportion z, difference between means t. A SRS of 25 daisies in Arroyo Grande shows that the average number of petals on the flower is 13 with a population standard deviation of 2.5. Assume that the Arroyo Grande data is normally distributed. A SRS of 37 daisies in Atascadero shows that the average number of petals on the flower is 17 with a population standard deviation of 1.7. Determine if there is enough evidence to show that the average number of petals on daisies in Atascadero is the same as that of Arroyo Grande. 

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