Sixty gym members were randomly selected and their weights were recorded and inputted into MINITAB. The results are summarized in Exhibit 1 below. One-Sample Z: Weight Test of mu = 195 vs < 195 The assumed standard deviation = 22.11 Variable N Mean StDev SE Mean Weight 22.11 60 193.13 * i. Calculate the value of *? ii. State the null and alternative hypotheses for the test. What is the value of test statistic for this test.? iii. Calculate the p-value for this test. State the conclusion of this test. Give a reason for your answer. iv. V.

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Sixty gym members were randomly selected and their weights were recorded and inputted into
MINITAB. The results are summarized in Exhibit 1 below.
One-Sample Z: Weight
Test of mu = 195 vs < 195
The assumed standard deviation = 22.11
Variable
N
Mean
StDev
SE Mean
Weight
22.11
60
193.13
*
i.
Calculate the value of *?
ii.
State the null and alternative hypotheses for the test.
What is the value of test statistic for this test.?
iii.
Calculate the p-value for this test.
State the conclusion of this test. Give a reason for your answer.
iv.
V.
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Sixty gym members were randomly selected and their weights were recorded and inputted into MINITAB. The results are summarized in Exhibit 1 below. One-Sample Z: Weight Test of mu = 195 vs < 195 The assumed standard deviation = 22.11 Variable N Mean StDev SE Mean Weight 22.11 60 193.13 * i. Calculate the value of *? ii. State the null and alternative hypotheses for the test. What is the value of test statistic for this test.? iii. Calculate the p-value for this test. State the conclusion of this test. Give a reason for your answer. iv. V.

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