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a. Test the null hypothesis that the mean of the population is 6 against the alternative hypothesis, u 6. Use a= 0.01
tatCrunch
If a 0.01, find the rejection region for the test. Choose the correct answer below.
Text
hapter Contents
ools for Success
Calculate the value of the test statistic.
rect: 0
(Round to two decimal places as needed.)
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Multimedia Library
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radebook a. Test the null hypothesis that the mean of the population is 6 against the alternative hypothesis, u 6. Use a= 0.01 tatCrunch If a 0.01, find the rejection region for the test. Choose the correct answer below. Text hapter Contents ools for Success Calculate the value of the test statistic. rect: 0 (Round to two decimal places as needed.) t= Multimedia Library Purchase Options Discussions Course Tools > Enter your answer in the answer box and then click Check Answer parts remaining Clear All Check Answer Convriaht 2019 Pearson Education Inc All rights.reserved T Type here to search hp

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The z-test is considered in this is a left-tailed test.

The level of significance is, α = 0.01.

Since the normal-distribution is left-tailed, then the lower critical value would be – z0.01­.

The critical values are such that, P (z...

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