The golf professional at a private course claims that members who have taken lessons from him lowered their handicap by more than five strokes. The club manager decides to test the claim by randomly sampling 25 members who have had lessons and asking each to report the reduction in handicap, where a negative number indicates an increase in the handicap. Assuming that the reduction in handicap is approximately normally distributed with a standard deviation of two strokes, test the golf professional’s claim using a 10% significance level.

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