Question: A human resources manager claims that tuition subsidies for employees

A human resources manager claims that tuition subsidies for employees are not an important benefit, as only 5% of employees would use such a program. The union president thinks this estimate is too low. A survey of 500 employees revealed that 38 of them would use the tuition subsidy program. Does the sample provide evidence that the HR manager's estimate of the percentage of employees who would use the program is too low? Use a 2% level of significance.



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