one-sided hypothesis test

Question 20: To conduct a one-sided hypothesis test of the claim that houses located on corner lots (corner-lot houses) have higher average selling prices than those located on non-corner lots, the following alternative hypothesis should be used: House Prices Data Source The average selling price of a corner-lot house is higher than it is commonly believed to be. The average selling price of a corner-lot house is higher than the average selling price of all houses. The average selling price of a corner-lot house is the same as the average selling price of a house not located on a corner lot. The average selling price of a corner-lot house is higher than the average selling price of a house not located on a corner lot.