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Next , make your conclusion . At the 10% level of significance , there is not enough evidence to [ Select ] the politician's claim that the mean...

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Next , make your conclusion .
At the 10% level of significance , there is not enough evidence to
[ Select ]
the politician's claim that the mean salary for
managers in his state is*
[ Select ]
$82 , 000 .
Answer 1 :
is not
Answer 2 :
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Question 6 0'33 ’ 1 9“ A politician claims that the mean salary for managers in his state is equal to
the national mean of $82,000. The salaries (in dollars) for a random sample of
10 managers in the state are listed. Assume the population of salaries is normally distributed. At alpha=0.1, is there enough evidence to reject the
claim? 74,587 76,098 84,768 81,301 87,960
83,177 74,229 75,677 96,887 79,855

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