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    The null and alternate hypotheses are:

    The following paired observations show the number of traffic citations given for speeding by Officer Dhondt and Officer Meredith of the South Carolina Highway Patrol for the last five months.

    Day May June July August September
    Officer Dhondt 30 22 25 19 26
    Officer Meredith 26 19 20 15 19

    At the .05 significance level, is there a difference in the mean number of citations given by the two officers?

    Note: Use the five-step hypothesis testing procedure to solve the following exercises.

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    The null and alternate hypotheses are:

    The following paired observations show the number of traffic citations given for speeding by Officer Dhondt and Officer Meredith of the South Carolina Highway Patrol for the last five months.

    Day
    May June July August September
    Officer Dhondt
    30
    22
    25
    19
    26

    Officer Meredith
    26
    19
    20
    15
    19 ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution uses the five-step hypothesis test to test a paired sample.

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