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IN 1998, THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ESTIMATED THAT A TYPICAL

IN 1998, THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ESTIMATED THAT A TYPICAL

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In 1998, the Department of Agriculture estimated that a typical U.S. family of four would spend $157 per week for food. A random sample of 8 Kansas families of four that year yielded the following weekly food costs:
143
169
149
135
138
152
150
141
Does the data provide sufficient evidence at the .10 level of significance to conclude that in 1998 the mean weekly food cost for Kansas families of four was less than the national mean of $157? Suppose it is known that the population is not normally distributed, but it is a safe assumption that the population is symmetric


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