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u) uinu tilell dverage coffee cocups per day. Assume the standard deviation of daily coffee consumption perthe following questions:Is the coffee industry's claim supported by this sample?Determine the p-value for this test.a.b.Determine the critical t- scores for each of the following conditions:10.a. One - tail test, a 0.05, n 21.b, Two-tail test, α = 0.02, n = 10.c. Two-tail test, a 0.05, n 28.d. Two- tail test, a 0.01, n 40.Suppose the average size of a new house built in a certain county in 2010 wassample of 25 new homes built in this county was selected in 2014. The averagestandard deviation of 225 square feet.11.Using a 0.02, does this sample provide enough evidence to conclude thahome in the county has changed since 2010?Estimate the p- value for this test.a.b.

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u) uinu tilell dverage coffee co
cups per day. Assume the standard deviation of daily coffee consumption per
the following questions:
Is the coffee industry's claim supported by this sample?
Determine the p-value for this test.
a.
b.
Determine the critical t- scores for each of the following conditions:
10.
a. One - tail test, a 0.05, n 21.
b, Two-tail test, α = 0.02, n = 10.
c. Two-tail test, a 0.05, n 28.
d. Two- tail test, a 0.01, n 40.
Suppose the average size of a new house built in a certain county in 2010 was
sample of 25 new homes built in this county was selected in 2014. The average
standard deviation of 225 square feet.
11.
Using a 0.02, does this sample provide enough evidence to conclude tha
home in the county has changed since 2010?
Estimate the p- value for this test.
a.
b.
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u) uinu tilell dverage coffee co cups per day. Assume the standard deviation of daily coffee consumption per the following questions: Is the coffee industry's claim supported by this sample? Determine the p-value for this test. a. b. Determine the critical t- scores for each of the following conditions: 10. a. One - tail test, a 0.05, n 21. b, Two-tail test, α = 0.02, n = 10. c. Two-tail test, a 0.05, n 28. d. Two- tail test, a 0.01, n 40. Suppose the average size of a new house built in a certain county in 2010 was sample of 25 new homes built in this county was selected in 2014. The average standard deviation of 225 square feet. 11. Using a 0.02, does this sample provide enough evidence to conclude tha home in the county has changed since 2010? Estimate the p- value for this test. a. b.

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