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Consider the following hypotheses:

$\begin{aligned} &H_0: p=0.32 \\ &H_A: p \neq 0.32 \end{aligned}$

Calculate the $p$-value based on the following sample information a. $x=20 ; n=66$

b. $x=100 ; n=264$

c. $\bar{p}=0.40 ; \mathrm{n}=40$

d. $\bar{p}=0.38 ; n=180$

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1 of 9Considering this task we know that hypotheses look like this:

$\begin{aligned} H_0&:p=0.32\\ H_A&:p\ne0.32 \end{aligned}$

and the sample of $n = 66$ observations has a $x=20$ successful observations.

We need to calculate the $p-$ value.

*How can we find a statistic value test for the population proportion? Under what conditions is this test statistic feasible?*

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