Let x be a random variable that represents hemoglobin count (HC) in grams per 100 milliliters of whole blood. Then x has a distribution that is approximately normal, with population mean of about 14 for adult healthy women. Suspose that a female patient  has taken 10 labrotory blood test during the past year. The HC data sent to the patients doctors are as follows:  15  18  16 19  13  13  15  17  17  10 A) x-bar =     s        = B) Does this information indicate that the population average HC for this patient is higher than 14? use alpha= 0.01 what is the level of significance? What is the value of the sample test statistic? Round to 3 decimal places estimate the P-value

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Let x be a random variable that represents hemoglobin count (HC) in grams per 100 milliliters of whole blood. Then x has a distribution that is approximately normal, with population mean of about 14 for adult healthy women. Suspose that a female patient  has taken 10 labrotory blood test during the past year. The HC data sent to the patients doctors are as follows: 

15  18  16 19  13  13  15  17  17  10

A) x-bar =

    s        =

B) Does this information indicate that the population average HC for this patient is higher than 14? use alpha= 0.01

what is the level of significance?

What is the value of the sample test statistic? Round to 3 decimal places

estimate the P-value

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