If sample mean = 33.6, s = 1.5, hypothesized value mu subscript 0 is 35 and sample size is 18. Determine the test statistic value.?

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  • 6 months ago

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  • Mike G
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    6 months ago

    x̅ = 33.6

    s = 1.5

    μo = 35

    n = 18

    The t or z test statistic =

    (x̅-μo)/(s/√n) =

    (33.6-35)/(1.5/√18) =

    -3.9598

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