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According to the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research of Australia, as reported on Lawlink, the mean length of imprisonment for motor-vehicle-theft offenders in Australia is 16.7 months. One hundred randomly selected motorvehicle theft offenders in Sydney, Australia, had a mean length of imprisonment of 17.8 months. At the 5% significance level, do the data provide sufficient evidence to conclude that the mean length of imprisonment for motor-vehicle-theft offenders in Sydney differs from the national mean in Australia? Assume that the population standard deviation of the lengths of imprisonment for motor-vehicle-theft offenders in Sydney is 6.0 months.


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