Question

Asked Oct 14, 2019

The mean annual tuition and fees for a sample of 14 private colleges in California was $37,900 witrh a standard deviation of $7,200. A dotplot shows that it is reasonable to assume that the population is approxiamately normal. Can you conclude that the mean tuition and fees for private institutions in California differs from $35,000?

a. State the null and alternate hypothesis.

b. Compute the value of the t statistic. How many degrees of fredom are there?

Step 1

Given data

Hypothesized mean = 35000

Standard deviation = 7200

Sample mean = 379000

Sample size n = 14

**a) Formulation of hypothesis**

Step 2

Test statistic

Step 3

Degrees of freedom

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