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    A. Is the average number of chocolate chips in our cookies higher than the average number of chocolate chips in our competitor’s cookies? Enter your numeric choice. 1. 1-sample t-test for a popul mean 2. Paired t-test 3. 2-sample t-test for comparing two popul means 4. 1-sample z-test for a popul proportion 5. 2-sample z-test for comparing two popul proportions
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    A. Is the average number of chocolate chips in our cookies higher than the average number of chocolate chips in our competitor’s cookies? 3. 2-sample t-test for comparing two popul means What would the hypotheses look like? What would the test statistic look like? What is the distribution of the test statistic under the null hypothesis? What conditions are required?
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    B. Is the percentage of defective seals under the first option different from the percentage of defective seals under the second option? Enter your numeric choice.
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