Which of the following are assumptions for the Significance Test for the Proport

Emeli Hagan 2021-11-06 Answered
Which of the following are assumptions for the Significance Test for the Proportion?
1) Data is Categorical.
2) Data is from a convenience sample.
3) \(\displaystyle{n}{p}_{{{0}}}\) and \(\displaystyle{\left({1}-{p}_{{{0}}}\right)}\) are both greater than 15
4) Data is Quantitative
5) Data is from a Normal Distribution
6) Data is from a random sample
7) \(\displaystyle\hat{{{n}{p}}}\) and \(\displaystyle{n}{\left({1}-\hat{{{p}}}\right)}\) are both greater than 15

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Assumptions for a significance test for proportions.
1) Data is categorical
2) \(\displaystyle{n}{p}_{{{0}}}\) and \(\displaystyle{n}{\left({1}-{p}_{{{0}}}\right)}\) are both greater than 15
3) Data is from a random sample
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