You have been researching the typically weight of Jackalopes in the wild. A well respected research as recently published in a respected professional journal the claim that the average weight of a wild Jackalope is 70.5 lbs or less.
To test this claim you went out and weighed 60 wild Jackalopes. Their weights are presented in lbs on the table below:
Using the empirical rule, you would expect 68% of your data to land within what interval around your sample mean?
Would you expect our sample is in line with the statement that the average weight is 70.5 lb?
For the original claim, what are the null and alternative hypotheses?
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