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a. Given the following hypotheses, determine the p-value when ?x = 21, n = 25, and ? = 5. H0: ? = 20 H1: ? / 20 b. Repeat part a with ?x = 22. c. Describe what happens to the value of the test statistic and its p-value when the value of ?x increases. Solution The test statistic becomes larger and the p-value becomes smaller..

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a. Given the following hypotheses, determine the p-value when ?x = 21, n = 25, and ? = 5.
H0: ? = 20
H1: ? / 20
b. Repeat part a with ?x = 22.
c. Describe what happens to the value of the test statistic and its p-value when the value of ?x
increases.
Solution
The test statistic becomes larger and the p-value becomes smaller.
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  • 1. a. Given the following hypotheses, determine the p-value when ?x = 21, n = 25, and ? = 5. H0: ? = 20 H1: ? / 20 b. Repeat part a with ?x = 22. c. Describe what happens to the value of the test statistic and its p-value when the value of ?x increases. Solution The test statistic becomes larger and the p-value becomes smaller.