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Speeding Tickets A motorist claims that the South Boro. Police issue an average of 60 speeding tickets per day. The following data show the number of speeding tickets issued each day for a period of one month. Assume a is $$13.42$$. Is there enough evidence to reject the motorist's claim at a $$0.01$$ ? Use the P-value method. Assume the variable is normally distributed. $\begin{array}{llllllll} 42 & 57 & 58 & 63 & 49 & 73 & 75 & 42 \\ 63 & 57 & 60 & 72 & 45 & 36 & 68 & 69 \\ 71 & 57 & 60 & 83 & 26 & 72 & 58 & 87 \\ 48 & 59 & 60 & 56 & 64 & & & \end{array}$ Part: $$0 / 5$$ Pert 1 of 5 (a) Stake the hypotheses and identify the claim. (a) State the hypotheses and identify the claim. $\begin{array}{l} H_{0}: \\ H_{1}: \end{array}$ This hypothesis test is a test. (a) State the hypotheses and identify the claim. $\begin{array}{l} H_{0} \text { : } \\ H_{1} \text { : } \end{array}$ This hypothesis test is a two-callea (a) State the hypotheses and identify the claim. (b) Compute the test value. (c) Find the $$P$$-value. (d) Make the decision. (e) Summarize the results.

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