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Past experience indicates that the monthly long-distance telephone bill is normally distributed with a mean of $17.85 and a standard deviation of $3.87. After an advertising campaign aimed at increasing long-distance telephone usage, a random sample of 25 household bills was taken.
a. Do the data allow us to infer at the 10% significance level that the campaign was successful?
b. What assumption must you make to answer part (a)?



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