a) 0.0446

b) 0.0409

c) 0.892

d) 0.9591

e) 0.0818

f) 0.9554

jernplate8
2021-06-13
Answered

For a test of ${H}_{0}:\text{}p=0.5,$ the z test statistic equals 1.74. Find the p-value for ${H}_{a}:\text{}p0.5$ .

a) 0.0446

b) 0.0409

c) 0.892

d) 0.9591

e) 0.0818

f) 0.9554

a) 0.0446

b) 0.0409

c) 0.892

d) 0.9591

e) 0.0818

f) 0.9554

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Neelam Wainwright

Answered 2021-06-14
Author has **102** answers

Step 1

Solution:

Using standard normal table

$z=1.74$

This Right tailed test

$p(z>1.74)$

$1-0.9591$

$=0.0409$
Correct optioan is 0.0409

Solution:

Using standard normal table

This Right tailed test

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