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The proprietor of Bun 'N' Run Hamburgers wants to contrast the day sales at two different establishments. At the Northside site, the mean number sold over the course of ten days was 83.55, with a standard deviation of 10.50. The average number of sales for a random 12-day period at the Southside site was 78.80, with a standard deviation of 14.25. Is there a difference in the mean number of hamburgers sold at the two places at the.05 level of significance? What does p-value mean?

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VerifiedThe **null hypothesis** is an assertion regarding a population parameter that says it's the same as the quantity in the acknowledge value. This is called the $H_0$. The population may have a mean, standard deviation, percentage, or other plethora as a parameter. Each of the three symbols for "null hypothesis" can be written as $\ge$, $\le$, and $=.$

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