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    Creating a research question for students, children, or women

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    Create a research question for one of the following groups: students, children or women. Include the independent and dependent variables you would study, an explanation of whether a one or two-tail test is most appropriate, your testable null and alternative hypothesis, and an explanation of which alpha level you would select and a justification of your choice.

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    Research Question:
    To test the awareness about their national history, 696 randomly selected college seniors from 67 different American colleges and universities were asked to place the Civil War in the correct half century. It was found that 292 students could not place the event correctly in time. Can we conclude from this sample that more than half of all seniors in American colleges and universities will be able to place the Civil War in the correct half century?

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