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Statistics Respondents Performance Evaluations

According to the Walker Loyalty Report survey of 3350 respondents, 61% of women and 55% pf men polled said that the performance evaluation at their jobs were fair. Assume that these % are based on random samples of 1700 men and 1650 women.
a) At 2.5% significance level, can you conclude that the proportion of all women who think that performance evaluations at their jobs are fair is higher than the proportion of all men who hold that opinion?
b) Repeat part a. using the p-value approach.

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According to the Walker Loyalty Report survey of 3350 respondents, 61% of women and 55% pf men polled said that the performance evaluation at their jobs were fair. Assume that these % are based on random samples of 1700 men and 1650 women.

(a) At 2.5% significance level, can you conclude that the proportion of all
women who think that performance evaluations at their jobs are fair
is higher than the proportion of all men who hold that opinion?

b) Repeat part a. using the p-value ...

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Statistics respondents performance evaluations are examined. The significance level to conclude the proportion of all women are determined.

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