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An education rehearser claims that at most 5% of working college students are employed as teachers or teaching assistants. In a random sample of 300 working college students, 18 of them are employed as teachers or teaching assistants. Is there enough evidence to support your thinking at α = 0.05?

1. The proportion of students in the sample who are employed as teachers or teaching assistants is?

2. Null hypothesis

3. Alternative hypothesis

4. Is Success/Failure condition met?

5. Observed test statistic

6. P-value ”use 4 decimals”

7. Is there evidence to support the claim at 5% significance level?

Answer #1

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