10. The Gordon Beverage Company bottles soft drinks using an automatic filling machine. When the process is running properly, the mean fill is 12 ounces per can. The machine has a known standard deviation of 0.20 ounces. Each day, the company selects a random sample of 36 cans and measures the volume in each can. They then test to determine whether the filling process is working properly. The test is conducted using a 0.05 significance level. Using the test statistic approach, what conclusion should the company reach if the sample mean is 12.02 ounces? What type of statistical error may have been committed?