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    The mean SAT score in mathematics is 522. The founders of a nationwide SAT preparation course claim that graduates of the course score higher, on average, than the national mean. Suppose that the founders of the course want to carry out a hypothesis test to see if their claim has merit. State the null hypothesis and the alternative hypothesis that they would use.

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    -H0 (Null Hypothesis) is:
    -H1 (Alternative Hypothesis) is:

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