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The quality control manager of a soda manufacturing company wishes to use a significant level of...

  1. The quality control manager of a soda manufacturing company wishes to use a significant level of 0.05 to test whether the variabilities in the amount of soda in the company's 16 OZ bottles is more than the variabilities in the company's 12 OZ bottles. The following two samples have been randomly collected. What is the critical value of this hypothesis testing problem?

    Sample 1 (16 OZ) Sample 2 (12 OZ)
    16.012 12.155
    16.014 12.072
    16.023 11.954
    16.11 12.109
    15.9 12.051
    15.58 12.125
    16.06 12.027
    11.872
    12.019
    12.056
    12.069

    4.10

    3,29

    5.00

    3.23

    3.22

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