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An automobile manufacturer who wishes to advertise that one of its models achieves 30 mpg (miles per gallon) decides to carry out a fuel efficiency test. Six nonprofessional drivers are selected, and each one drives a car from Phoenix to Los Angeles. The resulting fuel efficiencies (in miles per gallon) are:
Assuming that fuel efficiency is normally distributed under these circumstances, do the data contradict the claim that true average fuel efficiency is (at least) 30 mpg?


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