Question

Test the claim about the population mean,μ, at the given level of significance using the given sample statistics

Claim: μ not equal 7000; alpha=0.09; sigma (SD) =374. Samplestatistics: x =7300, n=34

1. identify the null and alternative hypotheses

2. what is the standardized test statistic

3. Determine the critical value (round to two decimal places as needed)

4. Determine the outcome and conclusion of the test (choose from choices below)

a. Fail to reject H0 - not enough evidence to reject the claim

b. Fail to reject H0 - not enough evidence to support the claim

c. reject H0 - not enough evidence to support the claim

d. reject H0 - not enough evidence to reject the claim

Answer #1

1)

Ho : µ = 7000

Ha : µ ╪ 7000 (Two tail
test)

2)

population std dev , σ =
374.0000

Sample Size , n = 34

Sample Mean, x̅ = 7300.0000

' ' '

Standard Error , SE = σ/√n = 374/√34=
64.1405

Z-test statistic= (x̅ - µ )/SE =
(7300-7000)/64.1405= 4.677

3) critical z value, z* = ± 1.70

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