A sample of 3,194 steelworkers was selected to find out if they will go on strike on Mondat. Over 50% (actually 53.2%) of those in the sample daid they would go out on strike. Since the number sampled is large and those advocating a strike consititute over 50%, can we assume the majority of all steelworkers favor a strike? (Assume the sample is large enough and random and representative)
n = 3194, p' = 53.2%, that is 0.532
H0: Workers wanting to go on strike do not constitute a majority, that is p <= 0.5
Ha: Workers wanting to go on strike ...
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