Question

In 2015, the student body of Lock Haven University consisted of 30% freshmen, 24% sophomores, 26% juniors, and 20% seniors. A sample of 300 students taken from this year's student body showed the following number of students in each classification.

Freshmen |
83 |

Sophomores |
68 |

Juniors |
85 |

Seniors |
64 |

We are interested in determining whether or not there has been a
significant change in the classifications between the last school
year and this school year. The calculated value for the test
statistic equals

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Last school year, the student body of a local university
consisted of 30% freshmen, 24% sophomores, 26% juniors, and 20%
seniors. A sample of 300 students taken from this year's student
body showed the following number of students in each
classification. Freshmen 83 Sophomores 68 Juniors 85 Seniors 64 We
are interested in determining whether or not there has been a
significant change in the classifications between the last school
year and this school year. Refer to Exhibit 11-2....

Last school year, the student body of a local university
consisted of 30% freshmen, 24% sophomores, 26% juniors, and 20%
seniors. A sample of 300 students taken from this year's student
body showed the following number of students in each
classification: freshmen 83, sophomores 68, juniors 85, and seniors
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