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In a 1999 survey, 55 of 100 randomly selected companies reported Internet sales. In a 2000 survey, 63 of 100 randomly selected companies reported Internet sales. For the alternative hypothesis HA: &#960;1 &#8800; &#960;2 at level of significance 0.10, what is the value for the unknown population proportion, the critical values, and the computed value of the test statistic? (Please see attachment for full question)

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In a 1999 survey, 55 of 100 randomly selected companies reported Internet sales. In a 2000 survey, 63 of 100 randomly selected companies reported Internet sales. For the alternative hypothesis HA: &#61552;1 &#61625; &#61552;2 at level of significance 0.10, what is the value for the unknown population proportion, the critical values, and the computed value of the test statistic?
a. 0.59, &#61617; 1.645, 1.15
b. 0.55, &#61617; 1.645, 1.15
c. 0.63, &#61617; 1.15, 1.645
d. 0.59, &#61617; 1.96, 1.15

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In a 1999 survey, 55 of 100 randomly selected companies reported Internet sales. In a 2000 survey, 63 of 100 randomly selected companies reported Internet sales. For the alternative hypothesis HA: p1 ¹ p2 at level of significance 0.10, what is the ...

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