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Perform a two-tailed hypothesis test using the steps outlined in the assignment description.

In a Word document, create a report that includest the following:
Null and alternate statements.
Pasted Microsoft Excel data output.
Identification of the significance level, the test statistic, and the critical value of your test.
Whether you reject or fail to reject the null hypothesis statement.

In the same Word document, write 1–2 paragraphs explaining when to use a t-test, when to use a z-test, and information on why tests use samples instead of whole populations.

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