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A random sample is selected from a normal population. The population mean is ?=60 and the population standard deviation is ?=15. After a treatment is given to the members of the sample, the sample mean is M=65. The sample size is n=25.
The hypothesis test:
H0: ?=60
H1: ?= <>60
?=0.05
Give reason why or why not the sample mean is sufficient to conclude that the treatment has a significant effect.

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A random sample is selected from a normal population. The population mean is ?=60 and the population standard deviation is ?=15. After a treatment is given to the members of the sample, the sample mean is M=65. The sample size is n=25.
The hypothesis test:
H0: ?=60
H1: ?= <>60
?=0.05
Give reason why ...

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