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43. A manufacturer is interested in determining whether it can claim that the boxes of detergent it sells contain, on average, more than 500 grams of detergent. From past experience the manufacturer assumes that the amount of detergent in the boxes is normally distributed. The firm takes a random sample of 100 boxes and records the amount of detergent (in grams) in each box. Based on the data shown below and reporting interpreting the computed p-value. Is it still reasonable for the manufacturer to assume that the amount of detergent in these boxes is normally distributed? Amount of Detergent in Randomly Selected Boxes of Detergent Box Amount 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
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Unformatted text preview: 484.38 24 531.88 25 677.56 26 437.61 27 574.11 a. By performing a chi-square goodness-of-fit test 28 425.42 29 417.39 30 448.59 31 609.73 32 485.50 33 408.87 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 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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