A light bulb manufacturer claims her bulbs have a population meanlife of 1,000 hours. Is this claim justified at the .05 level if a random sampleof 25 bulbs has a sample mean of 994 hours with a standard deviationof 30 hours? Assume the population life expectancy of the bulbs is normally distributed.
H0: m = 1000 vs Ha: m <> 1000
Critical two-tailed z- acores at a = 0.05 are -1.96 and …
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