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A consulting firm had predicted that 30% of employees at a large firm would take advantage of a new company Credit Union, but management is skeptical. They felt the rate would be lower. A survey of 250 employees shows that 82 of them are currently taking advantage of the Credit Union. Calculate the appropriate test statistic based on this data.

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