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To test the hypothesis that the population mean mu=10.8, a sample size yields a sample mean and sample standard deviation . Calculate the . value and choose the correct conclusion. Your answer: The P-value is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that mu>10.8. The P-value is significant and so strongly suggests that mu>10.8. The P.value is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that mus . The Pvalue is significant and so strongly suggests that mu>10.8. The P-value is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that mu> . The P.value is significant and so strongly suggests that mup . The P-value is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that mu> . The P-yalue is significant and so strongly suggests that mu>10.8. The P. value is not rignificant and so does not strongly suggest that mu> . The P. Palue is significant and so strongly suggests that mus10.8. To test the hypothesis that the population standard devation sigma-18.9, a sample size nu11 yields a sample standard deviation , Calculate the p.value an choose the correct conclusion. Your answer: The P.yalue is not significant and so does notstrongly suggest that sigmac18.9. The P-value is significant and sorstrongly suggests that sigmac18.9. The Pvalue is not significan and so does not strongly suggest that sigma<18.9. The P.value is significant and so strongly suggests that signos18.9. The P.value is not rignificant and so does not strongly suggest that sigma<18.9. The P.value is significant and so strongly suggests that sigmac18.9. The P.value is notsignificant and so does not strongly suggest that sigma<18.9. The P.value is significant and so strongly segzests that sigmaz . The P-value is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that sigma<18.9 The P.value is significant and so strongly suggests that siemisi8. 9 To tert the hypothesis that the population mean mu=8.1, a sample size yicids a sample mean and sample standard deviation . Caiculate the . value and choose the correct conclusion. Your answer: The P-value is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that . The Pryalue 0,361 is significant and 50 strongly suggests that mu>8.1. The P.value is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that mu>.1. The P-value is significant and so strongly suggests that mu>8,1. The Prvalue is not subnificant and so does not strongly suggest that mu>8.1. The pivalue significant and so strongly suggests that mis.8.1. The P.value is not significant and so does not strongly sugsest that mup. 1 . The P.value is significant and so strongly sugeests that mu>8,t. The Prualue is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that muse. 1 . The Pratue is signsicint and so strongly sugeests that muse.1. To test the hypothesis that the population standard deviation sigma 15.7, a sample size nu24 yieids a sample standard deviation . Caiculate the P-value and choose the correct conclusion. Your answer: The P.value is not significant and so does not strongly sugsest that sigmac15.7. The P.value is significant and so strongly suggests that sigmac15.7. The P.value is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that sigmac15.7. The p.yalue is significant and so strongly suggests that sigma<15.7. The P.yalue is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that sigmac15.7. The Pvalue is significant and so strongly suggests that sigmact15.7. The P-value is not significant and so does not strongly suggest that sigmac15.7. The P.value is significant and so strongly suggests that stgmacts.7. The Pivalue is not signficant and so does not strongly suggest that sigmae15.7. The R-value is significant and so strongly susgests that sigmac15.7.

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