The mean consumption of water per household in a city
The mean consumption of water per household in a city was 1245 cubic feet per month. Due to a water shortage because of a drought, the city council campaigned for water use conservation by households. A few months after the campaign was started, the mean consumption of water for a sample of 100 households was found to be 1175 cubic feet per month. The population standard deviation is given to be 250 cubic feet.
a. Find the p-value for the hypothesis test that the mean consumption of water per household has decreased due to the campaign by the city council. Would you reject the null hypothesis at
α = .025?
b. Make the test of part a using the critical-value approach and α = .025.
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