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in a study of the accuracy of fast food drive through
orders, one restaurant had 34 orders that were not accurate among
374 orders observed. use a 0.01 significance level to test the
claim that the rate of inaccurate orders is equal to 10%. does the
accuracy rate appear to be acceptable?

A) identify the null and alternative hypothesis for this
test?

B) identify the test statistic for this hypothesis test is?

C) the P-value for this hypothesis test is?

D) identify the conclusion for this hypothesis test?

E) does the accuracy rate appear to be acceptable?

in a study of the accuracy of fast food drive through
orders one restaurant had 37 orders that were not accurate among
342 orders observed use a 0.01 significance level to test the claim
that the rate of inaccurate orders is equal to 10% does the
accuracy rate appear to be acceptable?

A) identify the test statistic for the hypothesis test is

B) the p-value for this hypothesis test is

C) identify the conclusion for this hypothesis test

D) does the accuracy rate appear to be acceptable?

E) identify the null and alternative hypothesis for this test

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