Show transcribed image text Consider the following hypothesis test. Given that n= 77, Ïƒ=9, x = 48.4, and Î± = 0.01, complete parts a through d below. Ho: Î¼ s 47 HA: Î¼ > 47 a. State the decision rule in terms of the critical value(s) of the test statistic Reject the null hypothesis if the calculated value of the test statistic, â–¼ is (Round to two decimal places as needed. Use a comma to separate answers as needed.) b. State the calculated value of the test statistic. â–¼| the critical value(s),ã€Œ]. Otherwise, do not reject the null hypothesis â–¼|-| | (Round to two decimal places as needed.) c. State the appropriate p-value. p-value-(Round to three decimal places as needed.) d. State the conclusion â–¼| the null hypothesis. There | â–¼| sufficient evidence at Î± = 0.01 to conclude the population mean â–¼| 47

Consider the following hypothesis test. Given that n= 77, Ïƒ=9, x = 48.4, and Î± = 0.01, complete parts a through d below. Ho: Î¼ s 47 HA: Î¼ > 47 a. State the decision rule in terms of the critical value(s) of the test statistic Reject the null hypothesis if the calculated value of the test statistic, â–¼ is (Round to two decimal places as needed. Use a comma to separate answers as needed.) b. State the calculated value of the test statistic. â–¼| the critical value(s),ã€Œ]. Otherwise, do not reject the null hypothesis â–¼|-| | (Round to two decimal places as needed.) c. State the appropriate p-value. p-value-(Round to three decimal places as needed.) d. State the conclusion â–¼| the null hypothesis. There | â–¼| sufficient evidence at Î± = 0.01 to conclude the population mean â–¼| 47