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A commonly cited study says that 49% of students study less than 5 hours per week. A researcher does not think this is accurate and wants to show that the percentage of students that study less than 5 hours per week is not equal to 49%.

Identify the null hypothesis, H0, and the alternative hypothesis, Ha, in terms of the parameter p.

 
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In a hypothesis test,
Null Hypothesis proposes that there is no statistical signifiance exists, or the populaiton parameter is equal to the claimed value.
Altenative Hypothes...

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