Past experience has shown that the heights of a certain variety of rose bush have been normally distributed with mean 85.0 cm. A new fertiliser is used and it is hoped that this will increase the heights. In order to test whether this is the case, a botanist records the heights, x cm, of a large random sample of n rose bushes and calculates that mu = 85.7 and s = 4.8, where mu is the sample mean and s^2 is an unbiased estimate of the population variance. The botanist then carries out an appropriate hypothesis test. The value of n = 150.

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Using this value of the test statistic, carry out the test at the 5% significance level.

The test statistic, z, has a value of 1.786 correct to 3 decimal places

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