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anonymous
 5 years ago
A local official is attempting to determine if the regional price of unleaded regular gasoline exceeds the national average of $3.09 per gallon. She surveys 28 local stations recording the gasoline price on a single day. The average value was $3.14 with a standard deviation of $0.54, a minimum of $2.91 and a maximum of $3.25.
A. Define the hypotheses for this measurement in (1) statement form, and (2) equation form.
the context of the hypotheses in part A, interpret the consequences of making a Type I error, and a Type II error.
A local official is attempting to determine if the regional p
anonymous
 5 years ago
A local official is attempting to determine if the regional price of unleaded regular gasoline exceeds the national average of $3.09 per gallon. She surveys 28 local stations recording the gasoline price on a single day. The average value was $3.14 with a standard deviation of $0.54, a minimum of $2.91 and a maximum of $3.25. A. Define the hypotheses for this measurement in (1) statement form, and (2) equation form. the context of the hypotheses in part A, interpret the consequences of making a Type I error, and a Type II error. A local official is attempting to determine if the regional p

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