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1.For each of the following, state the null and alternative hypotheses, the type 1 and type 2 errorsassociated with the hypotheses, and the consequences of each error.A.The decision to implement changes in the current math program at a junior high in Bigcity will bebased on the sample of the students scores on a standardized math exam. If the average is lessthan the statewide average of 89, all math teachers will have to participate in a workshop to revisethe curriculum.Ho: u = 89 (The mean score on the standardized math exam is 89)Ha: u < 89 (The mean score on the standardized math exam is less than 89)Type 1 error: they conclude the standardized math score is not 89 when it actually is. This couldhave the school implement changes even though they would not need to.Type 2 error: They conclude the standardized math score is 89 when it is actually not. This couldhurt the kids at the school because they would not want to implement changes when they actuallyneed to.B.Expensive Clothing, Inc. thinks it’s a good year and wants to reward its customers. In a typicalyear, sales are $75 per customer. If a random sample of this year’s sales indicate a better thanaverage year (average sales per customer are higher than 75), a $10 coupon will be given out fortwo weeks to each customer who spends at least $75.Ho: u = 75 dollars (The mean amount of sales per customer is 75 dollars in a year) Ha: u > 75dollars (The mean amount of sales per customer is greater than 75 dollars in a year)Type 1 error: The store concludes they are not having a better than average year, when it actuallyis. This would hurt the customers because they are spending more money at the store.