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Suppose that young adults own an average of three pairs of jeans. Survey eight people from your class. The class size is 30. Determine if the average is higher than three. Assume the population is normal.

Ho=___

Ha=___

In words, define the random variable ___ =___

The distribution to use for the test is ____

Determine the test statistic using your data

Draw a graph an label it appropriately. Shade the actual level of significance.

Step 1

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Step 2

**Formulation of hypothesis**

Null hypothesis: The average no of pairs of jeans is 3

Alternative Hypothesis: - The average no of pairs of jeans is greater than 3

Step 3

Determination of Random Variable

As per the question, The Random...

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