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A LOCAL BOTTLER IN HAWAII WISHES TO ENSURE TO ENSURE THAT AN AVERAGE OF 24 OUNCES OF PASSION FRUIT JUICE IS USED TO FILL EACH BOTTLE. I ORDER TO ANALYZE THE ACCURACY OF THE BOTTLING PROCESS, HE TAKES A RANDOM OF 50 BOTTLES. THE MEAN WEIGHT OF THE PASSION FRUIT JUICE IN THE SAMPLE IS 23.69 OUNCES. ASSUME THAT THE POPULATION STANDARD DEVIATION IS .87 OUNCE.

CALCULATE THE VALUE OF THE TEST STATISTICS

MAKE A RECOMMENDATION TO THE BOTTLER

THE ACCURACY OF THE BOTTLING PROCESS IS ____________

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