he table below summarizes data from a survey of a sample of women. Using a 0.05 significance level, and assuming that the sample sizes of 900 men and 300 women are predetermined, test the claim that the proportions of agreeldisagree responses are the same for subjects interviewed by men and the subjects interi y women. Does it appear that the gender of the interviewer affected the responses of women? Gender of Interviewer Woman 247 53 Man Women who agree Women who disagree 592 308 Cick here 1 to view the chi-sguare distribution table. dentify the null and alternative hypotheses. Choose the correct answer below. OA. Ho: The response of the subject and the gender of the subject are independent. H: The response of the subject and the gender of the subject are dependent B. Hg: The proportions of agreeldisagree responses are the same for the subjects interviewed by men and the subjects interviewed by women. H: The proportions are diferent. OC. Hạ: The proportions of agreeldisagree responses are different for the subjects interviewed by men and the subjects interviewed by women. H: The proportions are the same. Compute the test statistic Round to three decimal places as needed.)

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he table below summarizes data from a survey of a sample of women. Using a 0.05 significance level, and assuming that the sample sizes of 900 men and 300 women are predetermined, test the claim that the proportions of agreeldisagree responses are the same for subjects interviewed by men and the subjects interi
y women. Does it appear that the gender of the interviewer affected the responses of women?
Gender of Interviewer
Woman
247
53
Man
Women who agree
Women who disagree
592
308
Cick here 1
to view the chi-sguare distribution table.
dentify the null and alternative hypotheses. Choose the correct answer below.
OA. Ho: The response of the subject and the gender of the subject are independent.
H: The response of the subject and the gender of the subject are dependent
B. Hg: The proportions of agreeldisagree responses are the same for the subjects interviewed by men and the subjects interviewed by women.
H: The proportions are diferent.
OC. Hạ: The proportions of agreeldisagree responses are different for the subjects interviewed by men and the subjects interviewed by women.
H: The proportions are the same.
Compute the test statistic
Round to three decimal places as needed.)
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he table below summarizes data from a survey of a sample of women. Using a 0.05 significance level, and assuming that the sample sizes of 900 men and 300 women are predetermined, test the claim that the proportions of agreeldisagree responses are the same for subjects interviewed by men and the subjects interi y women. Does it appear that the gender of the interviewer affected the responses of women? Gender of Interviewer Woman 247 53 Man Women who agree Women who disagree 592 308 Cick here 1 to view the chi-sguare distribution table. dentify the null and alternative hypotheses. Choose the correct answer below. OA. Ho: The response of the subject and the gender of the subject are independent. H: The response of the subject and the gender of the subject are dependent B. Hg: The proportions of agreeldisagree responses are the same for the subjects interviewed by men and the subjects interviewed by women. H: The proportions are diferent. OC. Hạ: The proportions of agreeldisagree responses are different for the subjects interviewed by men and the subjects interviewed by women. H: The proportions are the same. Compute the test statistic Round to three decimal places as needed.)

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