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###### Bound students taking the standardized test follow normal Math SAT scores for all American college" distribution with the mcan 510 and standard deviation 95 . ccrtain college have the mean 490. Is there significant The scorcs of 12 randomly selected applicants evidence that the mean math SAT score of the applicants t0 this college lo wCt than average (that is, lower than 510)? this Z-cuSc OI f-case? Why? Can we safely upply our procedures? Why? State the null and altemative hypotheses Find

bound students taking the standardized test follow normal Math SAT scores for all American college" distribution with the mcan 510 and standard deviation 95 . ccrtain college have the mean 490. Is there significant The scorcs of 12 randomly selected applicants evidence that the mean math SAT score of the applicants t0 this college lo wCt than average (that is, lower than 510)? this Z-cuSc OI f-case? Why? Can we safely upply our procedures? Why? State the null and altemative hypotheses Find thc value of the test stalistic Find the P-value of the statistic , illustrate with skctch; and explain in words what means Do we have significant evidence that the Iean math SAT score of thc applicants this college 15 lowcr [han average? Les evidence reach the 5% signilicance level?  #### Similar Solved Questions

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