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Assuming that the population variances from both branches are equal, is there evidence of a significant difference in the mean waiting time between the two branches? Use alpha = 0.01. 


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A bank with a branch [ Branch Y ; located in a commercial district of a city has developed an improved
process for serving customers during the noon - to - 1 p.m . lunch period . The waiting time [operationally*
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defined as the time ElapsEd from when the customer Enters the line until he or she reaches the teller*
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window ; needs to be shortened to increase customer satisfaction . A random sample of 15 customers is
Selected and the results (in minutes ) are shown in the table on the left . In addition , suppose that
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another branch [ Branch ? ), located in a residential area , is also concerned with the noon - to - 1 p.m .
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lunch period . A random sample of 15 customers is Selected and the results are shown in the table on
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the left. Assuming that the population variances from both branches are Equal , is there evidence of a
significant difference in the mean waiting time between the two branches ? Use alpha = 10.01 .
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Solve this question using EXCEL . State the null & alternative hypotheses clearly . Interpret the EXCEL
output and state your conclusion clearly . Provide all your results and comments on this sheet .
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Specifically , type in Your answers in the spaces provided below .`
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Are the samples related [i.E . dependent ; or independent ?"
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Null Hypothesis
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Alternative Hypothesis`
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Interpretation of EXCEL output ! Conclusion of Hypothesis test !`
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