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# The tremendous growth of the Florida lobster (called spiny lobster) industry over the

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Problem 10.75

The tremendous growth of the Florida lobster (called spiny lobster) industry over the past 20 years has made it the states second most valuable fishery industry. A declaration by the Bahamian government that prohibits U.S. lobsterers from fishing on the Bahamian portion of the continental shelf was expected to reduce dramatically the landings in pounds per lobster trap. According to the records, the prior mean landings per trap was 30.31 pounds. A random sampling of 20 lobster traps since the Bahamian fishing restriction went into effect gave the following results (in pounds): 17.4 18.9 39.6 34.4 19.6 33.7 37.2 43.4 41.7 27.5 24.1 39.6 12.2 25.5 22.1 29.3 21.1 23.8 43.2 24.4 Do these landings provide sufficient evidence to support the contention that the mean landing

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