a) Ho: p = 0.57 vs. Ha:p 0.57c) Ho: p = 0.57 vs. Ha. p# 0.57d) Ho: p < 0.57 vs. H:p> 0.57Calculate the test statistic.A research company claims that no more than 55% of Americans regularly watch FOX News. Youdecide to test this claim and ask a random sample of 425 Americans if they watch this networkregularly. Of the 425 sampled, 255 respond yes. Calculate the test statistic for the hypothesis test.10.a) -2.07b) 1.645c) -1.96d) 2.07e) None of the above.Calculate the p-value.An airline

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a) Ho: p = 0.57 vs. Ha:p<0.57
b) Ho: p = 0.57 vs. Ha: p> 0.57
c) Ho: p = 0.57 vs. Ha. p# 0.57
d) Ho: p < 0.57 vs. H:p> 0.57
Calculate the test statistic.
A research company claims that no more than 55% of Americans regularly watch FOX News. You
decide to test this claim and ask a random sample of 425 Americans if they watch this network
regularly. Of the 425 sampled, 255 respond yes. Calculate the test statistic for the hypothesis test.
10.
a) -2.07
b) 1.645
c) -1.96
d) 2.07
e) None of the above.
Calculate the p-value.
An airline
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a) Ho: p = 0.57 vs. Ha:p<0.57 b) Ho: p = 0.57 vs. Ha: p> 0.57 c) Ho: p = 0.57 vs. Ha. p# 0.57 d) Ho: p < 0.57 vs. H:p> 0.57 Calculate the test statistic. A research company claims that no more than 55% of Americans regularly watch FOX News. You decide to test this claim and ask a random sample of 425 Americans if they watch this network regularly. Of the 425 sampled, 255 respond yes. Calculate the test statistic for the hypothesis test. 10. a) -2.07 b) 1.645 c) -1.96 d) 2.07 e) None of the above. Calculate the p-value. An airline

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Option d) 2.04

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According to the given question, a research company claims that no more than 55% of Americans regularly watch FOX News.  A random sample of 425 Americans , 255 respond yes.

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