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Topic: [ap-stat] Question about srs
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Shannon Pridgeon

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[ap-stat] questionable conclusion
Posted: Mar 6, 2012 8:10 PM
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I am inclined to say this student gets an "I" on her conclusion, because she seems to be accepting the null hypothesis. Do you agree? Here's what she said:

"As .324 is greater than the alpha level of .05 we fail to reject the null hypothesis. Therefore, the mean volumes of four randomly sampled juice bottles are consistent with the set 12.1 fluid ounces level."


Thank you,
Shannon

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