Your company manufactures low calorie frozen dinners. The advertised calorie content is 200 calories. A consumer activist group, FACT: fat and calories tribunal, is claiming that your product is not consistent. In fact, they contain more than 200 calories. Run a hypothesis test proving that your dinners are less then 200 calories.
CALORIES / DINNER
Null hypothesis H0: your dinners are less than or equal to 200 calories;
Alternative hypothesis H1: your dinners are greater than 200 calories.
Use t-test. We use Excel to get the ...
The solution examines hypothesis testing for a manufacturing company.