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    Hypothesis Testing Multiple Choice

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    A study was performed at a university to analyze whether the preference for hamburgers or fried chicken is related to the gender of the student. This table lists the results of the study. At a =.05, test the claim that the meal preference and the gender of the student are not related.
    Hamburgers Fried Chicken
    Female 12 28
    Male 16 22

    A)There is evidence to reject the claim that the meal preference and the gender of the student are not related because the test value 9.488 > 1.052

    B)There is not evidence to reject the claim that the meal preference and the gender of the student are not related because the test value 1.052 < 9.488

    C)There is evidence to reject the claim that the meal preference and the gender of the student are not related because the test value 3.841 > 1.241

    D)There is not evidence to reject the claim that the meal preference and the gender of the student are not related because the test value 1.241 < 3.841

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    Solution Summary

    Solution picks the correct outcome from a hypothesis test on fast food preference vs gender at a=0.05 and attaches the calculations necessary in Excel.

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