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mathmari

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Hey! :giggle:

Some people assume that a specific car model does at least $\mu_0=120$ km with $1$ Lt benzin.

$10$ independent tests give the following results: $$104, \ 96, \ 80, \ 100, \ 108, \ 100, \ 112, \ 120, \ 130, \ 132$$

(a) Give the Null Hypothesis $H_0$ and the alternative Hypothesis $H_1$, for the test of that assumption.

(b) Give the statistic function of that test.

(c) late the p-value of the test.

(d) In what confidence level can the assumption be rejected?

For (a) is the null hypothesis $H_0: \ m_0=120$ and the alternative $H_1: \ \mu_1\neq 120$ ?

Some people assume that a specific car model does at least $\mu_0=120$ km with $1$ Lt benzin.

$10$ independent tests give the following results: $$104, \ 96, \ 80, \ 100, \ 108, \ 100, \ 112, \ 120, \ 130, \ 132$$

(a) Give the Null Hypothesis $H_0$ and the alternative Hypothesis $H_1$, for the test of that assumption.

(b) Give the statistic function of that test.

(c) late the p-value of the test.

(d) In what confidence level can the assumption be rejected?

For (a) is the null hypothesis $H_0: \ m_0=120$ and the alternative $H_1: \ \mu_1\neq 120$ ?

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