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A university wants to start a hockey team finding that 83% of a random sample of 100 people support the establishment of said team. However, the sample appears to contain 80 mean and 20 women; another random sample of the university body suggests that the true percentage of support for a hockey team is 55%. Calculate the test statistic one would use to determine if there is a significant difference between the male dominated sample and the "normal" sample.

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1. The mayor of a town has proposed a plan for the annexation of
an adjoining community. A political study took a sample of 900
voters in the town and found that 48% of the residents favored
annexation. Using the data, a political strategist wants to test
the claim that the percentage of residents who favor annexation is
more than 44%. Find the value of the test statistic. Round your
answer to two decimal places.
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