The Sloan Survey of Online Learning reported that 60% of college presidents believe that theironline education courses are as good as or superior to courses that use traditional face-to-faceinstruction.a. Give the null hypothesis for testing the claim made by the Sloan Surveyb. Give the rejection region for a two-tailed test conducted at a.011,

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The Sloan Survey of Online Learning reported that 60% of college presidents believe that their
online education courses are as good as or superior to courses that use traditional face-to-face
instruction.
a. Give the null hypothesis for testing the claim made by the Sloan Survey
b. Give the rejection region for a two-tailed test conducted at a.01
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The Sloan Survey of Online Learning reported that 60% of college presidents believe that their online education courses are as good as or superior to courses that use traditional face-to-face instruction. a. Give the null hypothesis for testing the claim made by the Sloan Survey b. Give the rejection region for a two-tailed test conducted at a.01 1,

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It is given that 60% of college presidents believe that their online education courses are as good as or superior to courses that use traditional face-to-face instruction

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a.

Null hypothesis:

H0 : p=0.60.

That is, the proportion of college presidents believe that their online education courses are as good as or superior to courses that use traditional face-to-face instruction is 0.60.

Step 3

b.

It is given that the level of significance α is 0.01.

Critical value:

The critical value is obta...

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