# Question: it has long been stated that the mean temperature of...

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It has long been stated that the mean temperature of humans is 98.6degrees°F. However, two researchers currently involved in the subject thought that the mean temperature of humans is less than 98.6degrees°F. They measured the temperatures of 61 healthy adults 1 to 4 times daily for 3days, obtaining 275 measurements. The sample data resulted in a sample mean of 98.4degrees°F and a sample standard deviation of 1 degrees°F. Use the P-value approach to conduct a hypothesis test to judge whether the mean temperature of humans is less than 98.6degrees°F at the alphaαequals=0.01 level of significance.

Find the test statistic.

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