Use technology to help you test the claim about the population mean, µ, at the given level of significance, a, using the given sample statistics. Assume the population is normally distr Claim: µs 1270; a = 0.06; o = 202.73. Sample statistics: x = 1286.71, n = 300 Identify the null and alternative hypotheses. Choose the correct answer below. A. Ho:H2 1270 O B. Ho: Hs 1286.71 HaiH>1286.71 Hai H<1270 O C. Ho: H> 1286.71 O D. Ho: H> 1270 HaiHS 1286.71 Ha:HS 1270 E. Hn: H2 1286.71

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Use technology to help you test the claim about the population mean, µ, at the given level of significance, a, using the given sample statistics. Assume the population is normally distr
Claim: µs 1270; a = 0.06; o = 202.73. Sample statistics: x = 1286.71, n = 300
Identify the null and alternative hypotheses. Choose the correct answer below.
A. Ho:H2 1270
O B. Ho: Hs 1286.71
HaiH>1286.71
Hai H<1270
O C. Ho: H> 1286.71
O D. Ho: H> 1270
HaiHS 1286.71
Ha:HS 1270
E. Hn: H2 1286.71
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Use technology to help you test the claim about the population mean, µ, at the given level of significance, a, using the given sample statistics. Assume the population is normally distr Claim: µs 1270; a = 0.06; o = 202.73. Sample statistics: x = 1286.71, n = 300 Identify the null and alternative hypotheses. Choose the correct answer below. A. Ho:H2 1270 O B. Ho: Hs 1286.71 HaiH>1286.71 Hai H<1270 O C. Ho: H> 1286.71 O D. Ho: H> 1270 HaiHS 1286.71 Ha:HS 1270 E. Hn: H2 1286.71

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