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Problem 3E

PROBLEM 3E

Let X1,X2, . . . ,Xn be a random sample of size n from the normal distribution N(μ, 100).

(a) To test H0: μ = 230 against H1: μ > 230, what is the critical region specified by the likelihood ratio test criterion?

(b) Is this test uniformly most powerful?

(c) If a random sample of n = 16 yielded  is H0 accepted at a significance level of α= 0.10?

(d) What is the p-value of this test?

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