Therefore, the original claim which was the alternative
hypothesis in this example turns out to be false, meaning the advertisement
is misleading and incorrect.
Step 6:
At the 5% (α =0.05) significant level, you do not have sufficient
evidence to support the claim of the radiator shop owner to fix the radiator
for less than $100.
If the sample size had been less than 30, the standardized t-test would have
been used in step 3. The rest of the steps would have been exactly the same

as stated here.

Calculate the standardized t-test for a claim that the mean value of male’s weight is 150 pounds
for a significant level of 0.04 using a P-value method?

What is the first step in performing a hypothesis test for a claim that the mean value of male’s
weight is less than 150 pounds for a significant level of 0.05 using a P-value method?

Calculate the standardized z-test for a claim that the mean value of male’s weight is 150 pounds
for a significant level of 0.04 using a P-value method?

and
-1.875
-1.751 WRONG
2.054 WRONG
-2.054 WRONG
How would you make a decision for a claim that the mean value of male’s weight is 150 pounds
for a significant level of 0.04 using a P-value method?