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The National Association of Home Builders reported that 57 % of young people ages 18-24 wereliving with their parents. Suppose a sample of 100 young people ages 18-24 showed 60 who were living with their parents. Test the claim that the true population proportion of young people ages 18-24 is greater than 57%. Use a 0.10 level of significance.

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The National Association of Home Builders reported that 57 % of young people ages 18-24 wereliving with their parents. Suppose a sample of 100 young people ages 18-24 showed 60 who were living with their parents. Test the claim that the true population proportion of young people ages 18-24 is greater than 57%. Use a 0.10 level of significance. 

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