Problem 9.29a

# Problem 9.29a - One Sample Hypothesis Test for the Mean...

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Unformatted text preview: One Sample Hypothesis Test for the Mean Null Hypothesis Level of Significance Sample Size Sample Mean Standard Deviation Test Statistic (Computed) = 1 0.01 50 1 0.02 -1.77 There isn't enough evidence that the mean amount of the paint cans is Direction of Test Two-Tailed Test 1: <> 1 Upper-Tail Test 1: > 1 Lower-Tail Test 1: < 1 Lower Crit Value -2.5758 Upper Crit Value 2.5758 n/a 2.3263 -2.3263 n/a If you REJECT the null hypothesis, conclude that H1 is true. If you DO NOT REJECT the null hypothesis, there is insufficient evidence to conclude that H1 NEVER conclude that the null hypothesis is true (i.e., we CANNOT ACCEPT the null). 2007 DrJimMirabella.com gh evidence that the mean amount of the paint cans is different from 1 gallon. Since we can't reject the null hypothesis, H1 is true. p-Value 0.0771 Decision Do not reject the null hypothesis 0.9615 Do not reject the null hypothesis 0.0385 Do not reject the null hypothesis hypothesis, conclude that H1 is true. , there is insufficient evidence to conclude that H1 is true. thesis is true (i.e., we CANNOT ACCEPT the null). othesis, H1 is true. ...
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