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If the quality of teaching is similar in a school, the scores on a standardized test will have a standard deviation of 1616. The superintendent wants to know if there is a disparity in teaching quality, and decides to investigate whether the standard deviation of test scores has changed. She samples 2626 random students and finds a mean score of 166166 with a standard deviation of 17.982217.9822. Is there evidence that the standard deviation of test scores has increased at the α=0.005α=0.005 level? Assume the population is normally distributed.

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Determine the critical value(s) of the test statistic. If the test is two-tailed, separate the values with a comma. Round your answer to three decimal places.

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If the quality of teaching is similar in a school, the scores on
a standardized test will have a standard deviation of 27 . The
superintendent wants to know if there is a disparity in teaching
quality, and decides to investigate whether the standard deviation
of test scores has changed. She samples 25 random students and
finds a mean score of 161 with a standard deviation of 13.2914 . Is
there evidence that the standard deviation of test scores has...

If the quality of teaching is similar in a school, the scores on
a standardized test will have a standard deviation of 19. The
superintendent wants to know if there is a disparity in teaching
quality, and decides to investigate whether the standard deviation
of test scores has changed. She samples 22 random students and
finds a mean score of 110 with a standard deviation of 16.709. Is
there evidence that the standard deviation of test scores has
decreased at...

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If the quality of teaching is similar in a school, the scores on
a standardized test will have a standard deviation of 16. The
superintendent wants to know if there is a disparity in teaching
quality, and decides to investigate whether the standard deviation
of test scores has changed. She samples 26 random students and
finds a mean score of 186 with a standard deviation of 7.276....

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