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Test the hypotheses H0 100 H1 100 Using a

Test the hypotheses

H0: μ ≤ 100

H1: μ > 100

Using a random sample of n = 25, a probability of Type I error equal to 0.05, and the following sample statistics.

a. x-bar = 106; s = 15

b. x-bar = 104; s = 10

c. x-bar = 95; s = 10

d. x-bar = 92; s = 18

H0: μ ≤ 100

H1: μ > 100

Using a random sample of n = 25, a probability of Type I error equal to 0.05, and the following sample statistics.

a. x-bar = 106; s = 15

b. x-bar = 104; s = 10

c. x-bar = 95; s = 10

d. x-bar = 92; s = 18

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