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In an experimental treatment, a random individual scores 51 on a measurement. People

in general are normally distributed with a mean of 37 and a standard deviation of 7. The researcher predicts that the treatment will create an effect on the subject, but does not specify if the measurement will increase or decrease. Using a 5% significance level (p < .05), what conclusions should this researcher make about the treatment. Utilize the five-step hypothesis testing process and show all of your work.

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