Module 6 HW - a. andreportapvalue. ?Explain :Onaverage, NullHypothesis:

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and report a p-value. Do you find statistical support for the manufacturer’s claim? Explain. Alternative Hypothesis: On average, more than 500 grams are in each Null Hypothesis: Each box of detergent contains less than or equal to Pvalue: 0 Based on all the findings you will see that it is logical to support the alternative hypothesis as even just when we view the sample mean its 524.37 which is  more than 500 also when we view the hypothesis test it also suggest to reject the null hypothesis a.  Formulate an appropriate hypothesis test 
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h box of detergent.  the amount of 500 grams. Amount One Variable Summary Data Set #1 Mean Err:509 Std. Dev. Err:509 Count Err:509 Amount Hypothesis Test (One-Sample) Data Set #1 Sample Size Err:509 Sample Mean Err:509 Sample Std Dev Err:509 Hypothesized Mean 0 Alternative Hypothesis Standard Error of Mean Err:509 Degrees of Freedom Err:509 t-Test Statistic Err:509 p-Value Err:509 Null Hypoth. at 10% Significance Reject Null Hypoth. at 5% Significance Reject Null Hypoth. at 1% Significance Reject
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Info Needed Amount of Detergent in Randomly Selected Boxes of Detergent Box Amount n 1 454.54 2 624.83 3 590.83 4 489.21 5 451.17 6 587.00 7 691.45 8 639.36 9 566.83 10 398.53 11 491.43 12 564.74 13 492.30 14 403.60 15 569.00 16 499.95 17 501.19 18 408.54 19 409.48 20 536.08 21 525.91 22 622.91 23 484.38 24 531.88 25 677.56 26 437.61 27 574.11 28 425.42 29 417.39 30 448.59 31 609.73 32 485.50 33 408.87
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34 646.30 35 533.23 36 473.36 37 527.50 38 558.64 39 480.63 40 531.41 41 470.53 42 675.10 43 513.33 44 531.92 45 561.41 46 570.61 47 572.58 48 688.70 49 652.79 50 590.96 51 527.44 52 531.17 53 482.93 54 691.13 55 559.99 56 566.67 57 687.72 58 585.02 59 559.95 60 423.32 61 504.87 62 523.31 63 545.58 64 521.31 65 471.16 66 600.68 67 466.97 68 615.45 69 553.24 70 450.54 71 460.37 72 592.05 73 550.87 74 420.84 75 426.61 76 488.35 77 413.97 78 467.98
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79 483.21 80 452.91 81 483.77 82 422.81 83 627.47 84 508.39 85 569.39 86 409.81 87 509.94 88 620.98 89 493.66 90 484.60 91 684.94 92 497.19 93 469.03 94 496.13 95 474.51 96 492.15 97 506.46 98 466.49 99 496.91 100 497.52
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Analysis: One Variable Summary Performed By: Andrew James Date: Tuesday, May 03, 2011 Updating: Live Amount One Variable Summary Data Set #1 Mean Err:509 Std. Dev. Err:509
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Module 6 HW - a. andreportapvalue. ?Explain :Onaverage, NullHypothesis:

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