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    Ho: P<= .7
    Ha: P > .7
    Sample Data Set: 300
    Sample Proportion of .853
    What is the standard error of the proportion?
    What is the z-test?
    How do you compute the p value?
    What do you do with the Ho?

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    Sample Proportion is x= 0.853
    <br>The sample standard error is
    <br>SE=SQRT(x*(1-x)/(n)) = SQRT(0.853*(1-0.853)/(300)) = ...

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    Ho: P<= .7
    Ha: P > .7
    Sample Data Set: 300
    Sample Proportion of .853
    What is the standard error of the proportion?
    What is the z-test?
    How do you compute the p value?
    What do you do with the Ho?

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