The following are prices of a sanitizer sold at a few selected stores in a District A during the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on the sample data, at 0.05 level of significance, can we conclude the average price of the sanitizer in District A is RM10.50? Make your conclusion using the p-value approach, with the aid of Mic. Office EXCEL. RM10.00, RM11.50, RM9.70, RM11.20, RM10.70, RM10.20, RM9.70

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The following are prices of a sanitizer sold at a few selected stores in a District A during the
COVID-19 pandemic. Based on the sample data, at 0.05 level of significance, can we
conclude the average price of the sanitizer in District A is RM10.50? Make your conclusion
using the p-value approach, with the aid of Mic. Office EXCEL.

RM10.00, RM11.50, RM9.70, RM11.20, RM10.70, RM10.20, RM9.70

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