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A random sample of n1 = 289 voters registered in the state of California showed that 141 voted in the last general election. A random sample of n2 = 212 registered voters in the state of Colorado showed that 128 voted in the most recent general election. Do these data indicate that the population proportion of voter turnout in Colorado is higher than that in California? Use a 10% level of significance. (a) What is the level of significance?

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A random sample of n1 = 288 voters registered in the state of
California showed that 147 voted in the last general election. A
random sample of n2 = 217 registered voters in the state of
Colorado showed that 130 voted in the most recent general election.
Do these data indicate that the population proportion of voter
turnout in Colorado is higher than that in California? Use a 5%
level of significance.
What is the test statistic?
Find the P-Value

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taken from The Rating Guide to Life in America’s Fifty States, by
G.S. Thomas. A random sample of n1= 288 voters registered in the
state of California showed that 141 voted in the last general
election. A random sample of n2= 216 registered voters in the state
of Colorado showed that 125 voted in the most recent general
election. Do these data indicate that the population proportion of
voter turnout in...

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