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An automotive manufacture claims mean price of small SUV is $25,071 if hypothesis test is performed how you should interpret a decision,

a. reject the null hypothesis

b. fails to reject the null

c. choose correct answer

a. there is not enough evidence to support the claim that the mean price of a small SUV is 25,071.

b. There is insufficient evidence to indicate that the mean of price of a small SUV is false 25,071

c. There is enough evident

d. There is sufficient evidence is false

e. There is insuffient evidence to indicate a SUV 25,071

f. There is not enough evidence the SUV is 25,071

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