Population 1: m 1 = Mean age of Purchasers of Crest ToothpastePopulation 2: m 2 = Mean age of Non-Pu

Population 1: m 1 = Mean age of Purchasers of Crest ToothpastePopulation 2: m 2 = Mean age of Non-Purchasers of Crest ToothpasteFormulate the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses to test if the data presents sufficient evidence to conclude there is a difference in the mean age of purchasers and non-purchasers. Make sure your statements are in both sentence and numerical form.Ho: m 1= m 2Ha: m 1Not Equal To m 2Null Hypothesis: The mean age of purchasers of Crest toothpaste is equal to mean age of non-purchasers of Crest ToothpasteAlternative Hypothesis: The mean age of purchasers of Crest toothpaste is not equal to mean age of non-purchasers of Crest toothpaste.What is your decision and conclusion using the critical value approach? Provide the empirical evidence and explain how you arrived at this decision and conclusion. Critical Value (2.42857) is greater than T Score (1.95573) so we fail to reject the null. Is this correct?What is your decision and conclusion using the p-value approach? Provide the empirical evidence and explain how you arrived at this decision and conclusion. P Value .05788 is greater than significance value (.01) so we fail to reject the null. Is this correct?