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A manufacturer of athletic footwear claims that the mean useful lifetime of his product will exceed 50 hours. A random sample of 36 pairs of shoes leads to the following sample results, in terms of useful life: x = 52.3 hours and s = 9.6 hours.
Conduct a hypothesis test. What is the p-value, and how much evidence is there to conclude that the manufacturerÃ¢??s claim is correct, i.e., to reject the null hypothesis Ho: ? Ã¢?Â¤ 50 hours and accept the alternative hypothesis Ha: ? > 50 hours?

p-value =

The weight of evidence to conclude that the manufacturer's claim is correct is:

Some Evidence, strong evidence, very strong evidence, extremely strong evidence, or little evidence

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