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It is known that in certain district the police officers have a mean physical fitness rating of 73 on a 100- point physical endurance rating scale and the standard deviation of 8. A new police chief wants to find out if in his district the police officers have a larger mean physical fitness rating. Therefore, he selects a random sample of 69 local police officers and finds that the mean is 74. Was he right?(show work: NULL and ALTERNATIVE HYPOTHESIS; summarize the data into a single TEST STATISTICS and determine the likelihood the TEST STATISTICS would be if the NULL is TRUE using test statistics or p-value approach. DECISION ABOUT NULL AND CONCLUSION ABOUT ORIGINAL QUESTION)

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A community psychologist selects a sample of 16 local police
officers to test whether their physical endurance is better than
the median score of 72. She measures their physical endurance on a
100-point physical endurance rating scale.
Performance Scores 79 56 86 87 75 83 89 92 95 90 85 73 76 70 52
64 Based on the data given above, compute the one-sample sign test
at a 0.05 level of significance.
x = 0.05
State whether to retain or...

A community psychologist selects a sample of 16 local police
officers to test whether their physical endurance is better than
the median score of 74. She measures their physical endurance on a
100-point physical endurance rating scale.
Performance
Scores
65
82
79
91
92
85
94
96
72
61
81
88
56
80
97
87
Based on the data given above, compute the one-sample sign test
at a 0.05 level of significance.
x =

7.
(07.02 MC)
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