The bottler of a certain soft drink claims their equipment to be accurate and that the variance of all filled bottles is .05 or less. The nu

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The bottler of a certain soft drink claims their equipment to be accurate and that the variance of all filled bottles is .05 or less. The null hypothesis a test to confirm the claim would be written as Select one: a. H_0: sigma^02 lessthanorequalto .05. b. H_0 sigma^2 < .05.c. H_0: sigma^2 > .05. d. H_0: sigma^2

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    2021-11-10T16:29:50+00:00

    Answer:

    Option A) H_{0}: \sigma^2 \leq 0.05      

    Step-by-step explanation:

    We are given the following in the question:

    Claim:

    The bottler of a certain soft drink claims their equipment to be accurate.

    Hypothesis:

    A hypothesis is carried out to check whether the variance of all filled bottles is 0.05 or more

    Null hypothesis:

    The null hypothesis states that the there is no difference in the variation from the variation of population. The variance can be same or less than the population variance.

    H_{0}: \sigma^2 \leq 0.05

    Alternate Hypothesis:

    It states that the variance is more than he claimed variance of the population.

    H_{A}: \sigma^2 > 0.05

    Thus, the correct answer is

    Option A) H_{0}: \sigma^2 \leq 0.05

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