Conduct the appropriate hypothesis test and compute the test statistic.
A company that produces fishing line undergoes random testing to see if their fishing line holds up to the advertised specifications. Currently they are producing 30pound test line and 20 randomly selected pieces are selected to test the strength. The 20 pieces broke with an average force of 29.1 pounds and a sample standard deviation of 2 pounds. Assuming that the strength of the fishing line is normally distributed, perform the appropriate hypothesis test at a 0.05 significance level in order to determine whether there is sufficient sample evidence to conclude the fishing line breaks with an average force of less than 30 pounds.
Question 25 options:
Yes, because the test statistic is 2.52 

No, because the test statistic is 2.52 

Yes, because the test statistic is 2.01 

Cannot be determined 

No, because the test statistic is 2.01 
Test statistic,
t = (xbar  mu)/(s/sqrt(n))
t = (29.1  30)/(2/sqrt(20))
t = 2.01
Pvalue Approach
Pvalue = 0.0294
As Pvalue < 0.05, reject the null hypothesis.
Yes, because the test statistic is 2.01
Conduct the appropriate hypothesis test and compute the test statistic. A company that produces fishing line...
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