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As a guideline, a local Internal Revenue Service office recommends that auditors try to spend 15 minutes or less with taxpayers who are called in for audit interviews. In a recent random sample of 22 interviews, the interview times were as shown below. Using the 0.025 level, do these data suggest that the median interview time for auditors from this office exceeds the recommended guideline? Using the appropriate statistical table, what is the most accurate statement we can make about the p-value for the test?


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