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Mathematics
Statistics
Complete the hypothesis test in Exercise 9 131a using the following
Complete the hypothesis test in Exercise 9 131a using the following
Complete the hypothesis test in Exercise 9.131a using the following:
a. The p-value method and a = 0.01
b. The classical method and a = 0.01
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