Show transcribed image text Consider the following hypotheses: H0: Î¼ 66.0 Ha: Î¼ > 66.0 A sample of 54 observations yields a sample mean of 67.2. Assume that the sample is drawn from a normal population with a known population standard deviation of 5.9. Use Table 1 a. Calculate the p-value. (Round p-value to 4 decimal places.) Op-value 2 0.10 p-value

Consider the following hypotheses: H0: Î¼ 66.0 Ha: Î¼ > 66.0 A sample of 54 observations yields a sample mean of 67.2. Assume that the sample is drawn from a normal population with a known population standard deviation of 5.9. Use Table 1 a. Calculate the p-value. (Round p-value to 4 decimal places.) Op-value 2 0.10 p-value