A soft drink manufacturer claims that its 12 ounce cans do not
A soft-drink manufacturer claims that its 12-ounce cans do not contain, on average, more than 30 calories. A random sample of 64 cans of this soft drink, which were checked for calories, contained a mean of 32 calories with a standard deviation of 3 calories. Does the sample information support the alternative hypothesis that the manufacturer’s claim is false? Use a significance level of 5%. Find the range for the p-value for this test. What will your conclusion be using this p-value and α = .05?
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