In a fictitious study investigating highway driving speeds in a 55 mph zone, explain why if a sample mean yields a very small p-value, would you reject Ho? Feel free to use the topic of the study in your explanation.
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That sample mean yields a very small p-value implies that the null hypothesis that the population mean about the driving speeds is equal to a certain value will be rejected...
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