Question

in
1996, forty percent of the students at s major university were
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students from the same university taken in 1997, 200 were business
majors, 220 were engineering majors and the remaining students in
the sample were majoring in other fields. at a 5% significance
level, test to see if there has been a signifocant change in the
proportions between 1996 and 1997

Answer #1

H0 : There is not a significant change in the proportions between 1996 and 1997.

H1 : There is not a significant change in the proportions between 1996 and 1997.

(since the P-value = 0.0014 <0.05, we reject H0)

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