Use a 0.01 significance level, and test the claim that the mean longevity for archbishops is less than the mean for

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Use a 0.01 significance level, and test the claim that the mean longevity for archbishops is less than the mean for monarchs after coronation. What are the null and alternative hypotheses? Assume that population 1 consists of the longevity of archbishops and population 2 consists of the longevity of monarchs.see attachment for table and additional questions that need responses