Question: The U S Golf Association USGA sets performance standards for golf

The U.S. Golf Association (USGA) sets performance standards for golf balls. For ­example, the initial velocity of the ball may not exceed 250 feet per second when measured by an apparatus approved by the USGA. Suppose a manufacturer introduces a new kind of ball and provides a randomly selected sample of balls for testing. Based on the mean speed in the sample, the USGA comes up with a P-value of 0.34. Explain in this context what the 34% represents.

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