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Report your answers in the boxes in the same order the questions are listed in the problem. Question number matches up the box number. E.g. Question 1 matches up box 1. Question 2 matches up box 2, etc

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A consumer group claims that the mean annual consumption of high fructose corn syrup by a person in the United States is at most 48.8 pounds. A random sample of 120 people in the United States has a mean annual high fructose corn syrup consumption of 49.5 pounds. Assume the population standard deviation is 3.6 pounds. At α = 0.05, can you reject the claim?

**1. State the null hypothesis**

Instruction: For this question, do not enter any letter in box
1. Only the following mathematical symbols >=, <=, =, =!,
>, or < and numbers are allowed. **Do not enter a space
between** the mathematical symbol and the number.

Note: =! means equal to.

Example of acceptable answer in part 1: >=80

**The null hypothesis Ho is**: µ

**2. State the alternative hypothesis**

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2. Only the following mathematical symbols >=, <=,
=, =!, >, or < and numbers are allowed. **Do not enter
a space between** the mathematical symbol and the
number.

Example of acceptable answer in part 2: <89

Note: =! means equal to.

**The alternative hypothesis Ho is:** µ

**3. Which hypothesis carries the claim?**

Instruction: Do not enter any number in box 3 nor use Ho or Ha. Report in box 3 one of the followings (all lower case letters): null hypothesis alternative hypothesis

**The claim is on the**

**4. State the type of test (LTT, RTT, TTT) you
are running?**

Instruction: do not enter any number in box 4. Only upper case letters without spaces are accepted in box 4.

e.g. of acceptable answers: TTT, LTT, RTT

**I am running**

**5. Find the critical value zc. **

Instruction: In box 5, only report a numerical answer (2 decimal places). Do not enter any letter.

example of acceptable answer: 1.99

**zc is equal to**

**6. Find the standardized test statistic**

Instruction: Only report a number with 2 decimal places in box 6. After calculating your test statistics, round up your answer if the digit in the third decimal place is greater than or equal to 5. Round down your answer, if it is less than 5.

e.g. For 3.4578, report 3.46

For 1.8538, report 1.85

**The test statistic is equal to**

**7. What is your decision?**

Instruction: Do not enter any number in box 7 nor use Ho or Ha. Type in box 7, one of the followings (all lower case letters): reject the null hypothesis fail to reject the null hypothesis

**My decision is to**

**8. Do you support the claim?**

Instruction: Do not enter any number in box 8. Simply type in (all lower case letters) one of the followings: yes or no

**Do you support the claim?**

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