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the manager at the children's fun park advertises that the typical damily visiting the park spends at least one hour in the park during weekends. A sample of 35 visitors during the weekends in the month of july revealed that the mean time spent in the park was 62 minutes with a standard deviation of 8 mins.

- Using the 0.01 significance level and a one-tailed test, is it reasonable to conclude that the mean time in the Park is greater than 60 minutes? show steps.
- Repeat the analysis at the 0.05 significance level. (You may show only the calculations that change).
- Repeat with a survey mean of 65 minutes at the .01 significance level. (You may show only the calculations that change).
- What do you conclude from your analysis?

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