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## Week 1 Participation Post 1 (variant)

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# Week 1 Participation Post 1 (variant)

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Thanks for starting us off XXXXXXX Good post What type of test is described below and can you provide the null and alternate hypothesis Using an old manufacturing process the standard deviation of the amount of wine put in a bottle was 023 ounces With new equipment the quality control manager believes the standard deviation has decreased In this description we have the sampled standard deviation as 023 ounces Since this has only one sample standard deviation this is a one sample az or t test we don39t know the sample size The null hypothesis is the equality in this situation which is H0 sd omega032 The standard deviation is equal to 023 ounces From the description we can say the alternate hypothesis must use less than symbol and should be stated in the verbal hypothesis H1 sd omegalt032 The standard deviation is less than 032 ounces Is it possible to conduct a hypothesis where the subject is the standard deviation Meaning is it possible to create hypotheses and would the test statistic and rejection strategy be the same as the 1 sample mean test I have never seen that ever happen nor is it a question in our ALEKS practice

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