Question 3 of 7 Game consoles: A poll surveyed 341 video gamers, and 109 of them said that they prefer playing games on a console, rather than a computer or hand-held device. An executive at a game console manufacturing company claims that the proportion of gamers who prefer consoles differs from 30%. Does the poll provide convincing evidence that the claim is true? Use the a 0.10 level of significance and the critical value method with the Cumulative Normal Distribution Table. Part 1 of 5 State the appropriate null and alternate hypotheses. Но HI test. This hypothesis test is a (Choose on O2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved. PDF I Page 3 /9 Part 2 of 5 Find the critical values. Round the answer to at least three decimal places. The critical value is and Part 3 of 5 Compute the test statistic, Do not round intermediate steps. Round the answer to at least two decimal places.

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Question 3 of 7
Game consoles: A poll surveyed 341 video gamers, and 109 of them said that they prefer playing games on a
console, rather than a computer or hand-held device. An executive at a game console manufacturing company
claims that the proportion of gamers who prefer consoles differs from 30%. Does the poll provide convincing
evidence that the claim is true? Use the a 0.10 level of significance and the critical value method with the
Cumulative Normal Distribution Table.
Part 1 of 5
State the appropriate null and alternate hypotheses.
Но
HI
test.
This hypothesis test is a (Choose on
O2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved.
PDF I Page 3 /9
Part 2 of 5
Find the critical values. Round the answer to at least three decimal places.
The critical value is
and
Part 3 of 5
Compute the test statistic, Do not round intermediate steps. Round the answer to at least two decimal places.
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Question 3 of 7 Game consoles: A poll surveyed 341 video gamers, and 109 of them said that they prefer playing games on a console, rather than a computer or hand-held device. An executive at a game console manufacturing company claims that the proportion of gamers who prefer consoles differs from 30%. Does the poll provide convincing evidence that the claim is true? Use the a 0.10 level of significance and the critical value method with the Cumulative Normal Distribution Table. Part 1 of 5 State the appropriate null and alternate hypotheses. Но HI test. This hypothesis test is a (Choose on O2019 McGraw-Hill Education. All Rights Reserved. PDF I Page 3 /9 Part 2 of 5 Find the critical values. Round the answer to at least three decimal places. The critical value is and Part 3 of 5 Compute the test statistic, Do not round intermediate steps. Round the answer to at least two decimal places.

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