You may find it helpful to use the interactives in Robin's Hypothesis Testing
or Powerful Hypothesis Testing
as you are working on this problem. For each statement, think about what it is claiming, and test it out by running an experiment. Does the experiment support or refute the statement?
Some of the statements are subtle and easy to misinterpret. Sometimes, the interactives mentioned above will answer a different question from the one being asked. For example, statement 4 begins "If the p-value is less than 0.05, ...", but you cannot control the p-value in the simulations (why not?). Instead, you might want to think about other representations of the situation
first, before or instead of running a simulation. Tree diagrams will be particularly helpful here.