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StatisticsQ&A LibraryMy Drive Google DriveGA random sample of 100 COS XO Math 21 Final Fall 2009In Person Finalsers/chasejamescanterbury/Dropbox/Online%20Final%20Exam%20F19.pdf8) A manufacturer is considering two methods for assembling chairs, and uses eachmethod to assemble 25 different chairs. Method A produced a mean assembly time of6.5 minutes, with a standard deviation of 1.30 minutes. Method B produced a meanassembly time of 6.2 minutes with a standard deviation of 1.36 minutes. Test the claimthat the two methods have the same mean assembly time at the 0.01 level ofsignificance.p-value: 0.4292)(Test Stat: 0.80Which of the following have you concluded?The two methods have the same mean assembly time.The two methods have different mean assembly times.NeitherMacBook AirF2F3F4F5F61)F7F8F9F10F11F12%23%244.8.delete{+ ||Question

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Answer the whole page for number eight please.

Step 1

The null and the alternative hypotheses are given below:

*H*_{0}: The mean assembly time taken by two methods A and B are same.

*H _{A}*: The mean assembly time taken by two methods A and B are different.

It is given that 0.80 as the test statistic, 0.01 as the level of significance and 0.4292 as the p-value

Step 2

**Decision Rule:**

Reject the null hypothesis *H*0 when the p-value is less than or equal to the level of si...

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