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Provide the Null and Alternative Hypothesis to test to be sure that a juice manufacturer is delivering exactly 12 fluid ounces, on average, for each 12 oz juice box.

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    Ho: mean = 12
    Ha: mean ≠ 12

    However, if box cannot hold more than 12 oz, then
    Ha: mean < 12

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