question archive A random sample of 36 tourists in the Grand Bahamas showed that they spent an average of $1,860 (in a week) with a standard deviation of $126; and a sample of 64 tourists in New Province showed that they spent an average of $1,935 (in a week) with a standard deviation of $138

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A random sample of 36 tourists in the Grand Bahamas showed that they spent an average of $1,860 (in a week) with a standard deviation of $126; and a sample of 64 tourists in New Province showed that they spent an average of $1,935 (in a week) with a standard deviation of $138.

Is there any significant difference between the average expenditures of those who visited the two islands? Use a confidence coefficient of 0.95. What statement can be made about the form of the test of hypothesis? Select one:

A. It's a right tail test

B. It's a left tail test

C. It's a two tail test

D. None of the above answers is correct

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