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StatisticsQ&A LibraryQuestionDalton is a public school teacher in Burlington. After a conversation with a colleague in Sudbury, Dalton realizes that hissalary is much lower than his colleague's, even though they have similar backgrounds and work experiences. Daltontheorizes that the population mean annual salary for a public school teacher in Burlington is lower than the populationmean annual salary for a public school teacher in Sudbury. He conducts research on the inquiry and assumes that thepopulation standard deviation is $2,409 for Burlington and $3,192 for Sudbury. Dalton randomly selects the salaries ofpublic school teachers in Burlington and in Sudbury. The results of Dalton's findings are shown in the table below. Let 1 bethe population mean annual salary for a public school teacher in Burlington and H2 be the population mean annual salaryfor a public school teacher in Sudbury. What type of test is this hypothesis test?BurlingtonSudburyX $54,906X2 = $56,561n1= 36n2 = 33Select the correct answer below: Select the correct answer below:This is a left-tailed test because the alternative hypothesis is Ha: -A2 < OThis is a left-tailed test because the alternative hypothesis is Ha : 41-2> 0This is a right-tailed test because the alternative hypothesis is H4: -2 > 0This is a right-tailed test because the alternative hypothesis is H: -< 0This is a two-tailed test because the alternative hypothesis is Ha: ,- 420.FEEDBACKMORE INSTRUCTIONSUBMITQuestion

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