A scientist estimates that the mean nitrogen dioxide level in Calgary is greater than 32 parts per billion. You want to test this estimate. To do so, you determine the nitrogen dioxide levels for 34 randomly selected days. The results (in parts per billion) are shown in the table at the left. Assume the population standard deviation is 9 parts per billion. At alpha =.06, can you support the scientist's estimate?
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