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# x Frequency 2 or less 5 3 26 4 28 5 55 6 76 7 80 8 70 9 56 10 37 11 25 12 17 13 13 14 or more 12 Total 500 Based on the sample data in the frequency

x Frequency

2 or less 5

3 26

4 28

5 55

6 76

7 80

8 70

9 56

10 37

11 25

12 17

13 13

14 or more 12

Total 500

Based on the sample data in the frequency distribution shown to the​ right, conduct a test to determine whether the population from which the sample data were selected is Poisson distributed with mean equal to 6. Test using alpha

α =0.05

1.

A.

Upper H 0

H0​: The population is Poisson distributed with mean equal to 6.

Upper H Subscript Upper A

HA​: The population is not Poisson distributed with mean equal to 6.

Upper H 0

B.

H0​: The population is not Poisson distributed with mean equal to 6.

Upper H Subscript Upper A

HA​: The population is Poisson distributed with mean equal to 6.

Upper H 0

c.

H0​: The population mean is not equal to 6.

Upper H Subscript Upper A

HA​: The population mean is equal to 6.

Upper H 0

D.

H0​: The population mean is equal to 6.

Upper H Subscript Upper A

HA​: The population mean is not equal to 6.

The test statistic is chi squared

χ2

=?

.

​(Round to three decimal places as​ needed.)

The critical​ chi-square value is ?

.

​(Round to four decimal places as​ needed.)

Draw a conclusion. Choose the correct answer below.

Ho: Population from which sample is taken is Poisson distributed with mean equal to 6. Ha: Population from which... View the full answer

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