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Use technology to find the P-value for the hypothesis test described below. The claim is that for a smartphone carrier's data speeds at airports, the mean is muμequals=17.00Mbps. The sample size is nequals=26 and the test statistic is tequals=2.336

Answer #1

Here, the sample size n = 26

Test statistic t = 2.336

d.f. = n - 1 = 26 - 1 = 25

Null hypothesis H_{0} : = 17.00 MbPs

Alternative hypothesis H_{1} : 17.00 MbPs

P value for t with d.f 25 is P(t > 2.336) = TDIST(2.336, 25, 2) = 0.0278

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