In a comparison between two. major brands of broiler chickens, 70 of 160 Perdue chickens in a SRS tested positive for food-borne illness bacteria. In

pedzenekO 2021-01-04 Answered
In a comparison between two. major brands of broiler chickens, 70 of 160 Perdue chickens in a SRS tested positive for food-borne illness bacteria. In a SRS of 160 Tyson chickens, 132 tested positive. Wed
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Answered 2021-01-05 Author has 102 answers

Solution:
Given: - For Perdue chikens, n1 = 160, x1 = 70
p1 = sa n = x1n1 = 70160 = 0.4375
For Tyson chickens, n2 = x2n2 = 132160 = 0.825
The problem is to test
H0: p1 = p2
Vs H1: p1 q p2
where p1 and p2 are population props of posotove results in Perdue and Tyson chikens respectively.
Hence it is the problem of generalition inference method and can be solved using two n z method.
Because sample size of 160 is large.

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