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A politician claims that at least 68% of voters support a decrease in taxes. A group of researchers are trying to show thatthis is not the case. Identify the researchers' null hypothesis, Ho, and the alternative hypothesis, Ha, in terms of theparameter pSelect the correct answer below:O Ho:p s 0.68; Ha: p 0.68O Ho:p < 0.68; Ha: p 2 0.68O Ho:p>0.68; H:p s0.68O Ho: p 2 0.68; Ha: p < 0.68

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A politician claims that at least 68% of voters support a decrease in taxes. A group of researchers are trying to show that
this is not the case. Identify the researchers' null hypothesis, Ho, and the alternative hypothesis, Ha, in terms of the
parameter p
Select the correct answer below:
O Ho:p s 0.68; Ha: p 0.68
O Ho:p < 0.68; Ha: p 2 0.68
O Ho:p>0.68; H:p s0.68
O Ho: p 2 0.68; Ha: p < 0.68
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A politician claims that at least 68% of voters support a decrease in taxes. A group of researchers are trying to show that this is not the case. Identify the researchers' null hypothesis, Ho, and the alternative hypothesis, Ha, in terms of the parameter p Select the correct answer below: O Ho:p s 0.68; Ha: p 0.68 O Ho:p < 0.68; Ha: p 2 0.68 O Ho:p>0.68; H:p s0.68 O Ho: p 2 0.68; Ha: p < 0.68

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