Faulkner University typically offers evening classes that should run from 6:00 p

Faulkner University typically offers evening classes that should run from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Let’s look at a hypothetical situation: suppose that the actual university-wide average for evening class length is 135 minutes, considerably less than what is expected. The standard deviation for the entire university is 15 minutes. The Birmingham campus of Faulkner University has 144 students, and they feel like they are meeting longer than the average class. Indeed, they are: the typical class length for the Birmingham campus is 160 minutes. Here’s the question: Is the longer class length for the Birmingham students significantly different than the overall campus? For it to be significantly higher than average, it must be higher than 95% of the population. Prove whether the students are meeting significantly longer than the rest of the university.

Sample mean of Birmingham students’ attendance = ____

Population mean of all Faulkner students’ attendance (μ) = _____

Standard deviation (s) = _____

Sample size (n) = _____

Standard error of the mean = _____

z-score = _____

Do Birmingham students stay significantly longer in class than all Faulkner students in general? Yes___ No___