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    A Hot Fudge Sundae has on average 12 ounces of ice cream. If I were to set up a hypothesis test to test the ability of a new employee making the hot fudge sundae with an average of 12 ounces of ice cream, would the hypothesis test be a "one tailed" or a "two tailed" test? Briefly Explain.

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    The hypothesis would be a 'two-tailed' test. A 'two-tailed' test would allow for testing whether the new employee would be making on average 12 ounces of ice cream. A 'one-tailed' test would ...

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    A Hot Fudge Sundae has on average 12 ounces of ice cream. If I were to set up a hypothesis test to test the ability of a new employee making the hot fudge sundae with an average of 12 ounces of ice cream, would the hypothesis test be a "one tailed" or a "two tailed" test? Briefly Explain.

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