Question

**A recent Gallup Poll asked a random sample of 1785
adults, “Did you attend church or synagogue in the last seven (7)
days?” Of the respondents, 750 said “Yes.” The National Association
of Churches and Synagogues detailed that fewer than 45% of adults
have attended a church or synagogue in the last seven (7) days.
Assume a 95% confidence level. Provide the following in your final
analyses: the distribution to be used and why; all assumptions
required for this study and if each assumption is met or not; null
and alternate hypotheses; the test statistic (rounded to two
decimal places); the p-value (rounded to 4 decimal places); the
decision to reject the hypothesis or not; and a conclusion in
context of the study.**

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