Replacement of paint on highways and streets represents a large investment of funds by state and local governments each year. A new, cheaper brand of paint is tested for durability after one month’s time by reflectometer readings. For the new brand to be acceptable, it must have a mean reflectometer reading greater than 19.6. The sample data, based on 35 randomly selected readings, show $x=19.8\text{}and\text{}s=1.5$ . Do the sample data provide sufficient evidence to conclude that the new brand is acceptable? Conduct hypothesis test using $a=.05$ . Use the traditional approach and the p-value approach to hypothesis testing! Show all of the steps of the hypothesis test for each approach.