# We are investigating wallabies.We know that the overall population of adult wallabies can jump, on a

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We are investigating wallabies.We know that the overall population of adult wallabies can jump, on average, 22 feet in one leap.We find a group of 14 wallabies that are particularly tall, living off by themselves in some corner of habitat.We wish to know if these taller wallabies can jump farther than the rest of the population.We measure all the leaps of wallabies in that subgroup, and find the mean jump length to be 24 feet with a standard deviation of 1.5.Conduct a hypothesis test to determine if these other wallabies can jump farther than all the rest.Use alpha=.05.

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15We are investigating wallabies.We know that the overall population of adult wallabies can jump,on average, 22 feet in one leap.We find a group of 14 wallabies that are particularly tall, livingoff by themselves in some corner of habitat.We wish to know if these taller wallabies can jumpfarther than the rest of the population.We measure all the leaps of wallabies in that subgroup, andfind the mean jump length to be 24 feet with a standard deviation of 1.5.Conduct a hypothesistest to determine if these other wallabies can jump farther than all the rest.Use alpha=.05.To solve this ques

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