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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 9.8% of high school students currently use electronic cigarettes. A high school counselor is concerned the use of e-cigs at her school is higher.Complete parts (a) through (c) below.(a) Determine the null and alternative hypotheses.9.6Но9.6Н.(Type integers or decimals. Do not round.)(b) If the sample data indicate that the null hypothesis should not be rejected, state the conclusion of the high school counselor.OA. There is not sufficient evidence to conclude that the proportion of high school students stayed 0.096 at this counselor's high schoolO B. There is not sufficient evidence to conclude that the proportion of high school students exceeds 0.096 at this counselor's high school.O c. There is sufficient evidenceconclude that the proportion of high school students stayed 0.098 at this counselor's high school.O D. There is sufficient evidence to conclude that the proportion of high school students exceeds 0.098 at this counselor's high school.(c) Suppose, in fact, that the proportion of students at the counselor's high school who use electronic cigarettes is 0.233. Was a type I or type ll error committed?O A. A Typel error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.096, when, in fact, the proportion is higher.B. A Type l error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.096, when, in fact, the proportion is higher.O C. AType Il error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.233, when, in fact, the proportion is lower.O D. A Type l error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.233, when, in fact, the proportion is lower.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 9.8% of high school students currently use electronic cigarettes. A high school counselor is concerned the use of e-cigs at her school is higher.
Complete parts (a) through (c) below.
(a) Determine the null and alternative hypotheses.
9.6
Но
9.6
Н.
(Type integers or decimals. Do not round.)
(b) If the sample data indicate that the null hypothesis should not be rejected, state the conclusion of the high school counselor.
OA. There is not sufficient evidence to conclude that the proportion of high school students stayed 0.096 at this counselor's high school
O B. There is not sufficient evidence to conclude that the proportion of high school students exceeds 0.096 at this counselor's high school.
O c. There is sufficient evidence
conclude that the proportion of high school students stayed 0.098 at this counselor's high school.
O D. There is sufficient evidence to conclude that the proportion of high school students exceeds 0.098 at this counselor's high school.
(c) Suppose, in fact, that the proportion of students at the counselor's high school who use electronic cigarettes is 0.233. Was a type I or type ll error committed?
O A. A Typel error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.096, when, in fact, the proportion is higher.
B. A Type l error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.096, when, in fact, the proportion is higher.
O C. AType Il error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.233, when, in fact, the proportion is lower.
O D. A Type l error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.233, when, in fact, the proportion is lower.
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 9.8% of high school students currently use electronic cigarettes. A high school counselor is concerned the use of e-cigs at her school is higher. Complete parts (a) through (c) below. (a) Determine the null and alternative hypotheses. 9.6 Но 9.6 Н. (Type integers or decimals. Do not round.) (b) If the sample data indicate that the null hypothesis should not be rejected, state the conclusion of the high school counselor. OA. There is not sufficient evidence to conclude that the proportion of high school students stayed 0.096 at this counselor's high school O B. There is not sufficient evidence to conclude that the proportion of high school students exceeds 0.096 at this counselor's high school. O c. There is sufficient evidence conclude that the proportion of high school students stayed 0.098 at this counselor's high school. O D. There is sufficient evidence to conclude that the proportion of high school students exceeds 0.098 at this counselor's high school. (c) Suppose, in fact, that the proportion of students at the counselor's high school who use electronic cigarettes is 0.233. Was a type I or type ll error committed? O A. A Typel error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.096, when, in fact, the proportion is higher. B. A Type l error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.096, when, in fact, the proportion is higher. O C. AType Il error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.233, when, in fact, the proportion is lower. O D. A Type l error was committed because the sample evidence led the counselor to conclude the proportion of e-cig users was 0.233, when, in fact, the proportion is lower.

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Consider, p be the proportion of the students who use electronic cigarettes.

 

(a)

The null and alternative hypotheses are:

Н. :р3D0.096
Н. р>0.096
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Н. :р3D0.096 Н. р>0.096

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If the sample represents that the null hypothesis cannot be rejected. It means there is sufficient evidence to conclude that the proportion of the students who use electronic cigarett...

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