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# Suppose we want to test Ho: =10 vs Ha: gt;10, with =. Suppose p-value of the test is calculated to be 0.021 based on a sample mean of 15. Interpret...

Suppose we want to test Ho: µ =10 vs Ha: µ >10, with α=.025. Suppose p-value of the test is calculated to be 0.021 based on a sample mean of 15. Interpret this p-value.

A) There is a 2.1% chance of having a sample mean of 15 or less if µ is really 10.

B) There is a 2.1% chance of having a population mean of 15 or less if µ is really 10.

C) There is a 2.1% chance of having a sample mean 15 or more if µ is really 10.

D) There is a 2.1% chance of having a population mean 15 or more if µ is really 10