Your Turn # 4H0: Mu =18, process is performing as it should H1: Mu not equal to 18, process is not performing as it shoTwo Tail problemHypothesised mean18Population Standard Deviation0.25Sample Size40sample mean18.06Alpha0.05Alpha/20.025standard error0.0395Z test statistic1.5179Z crtical, upper1.96Z crtical, lower-1.96Z test statistic < Z crticalDo not Reject the null p-value0.1290p-value > Alpha Do not Reject the null Kellogg’s has a process for filling boxes of Frosted Flakes cereal with 18 ounces of product when it is operating properly. Too much product in the box is wasteful to Kellogg’s, whereas too little product can lead to customer complaints. To determine if the filling process is performing as it should, a random sample of 40 boxes was examined, and the average weight of a box was found to be 18.06 ounces. Historically, the filling process has a standard deviation of 0.25 ounces. Follow the six steps for conducting a two-tail hypothesis test to determine if the filling process is operating properly, using alpha = 0.05.