# Statistics

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The Sydney Airport Commission set a performance target of 18 minutes for the time taken for passengers to claim their luggage at domestic terminals. In order to monitor performance a study was conducted by taking a random sample of 200 passengers disembarking from Sydney airport. If the study found a p-value of 0.5 what was the sample mean time taken by passengers to claim their luggage?

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