A local TV station claims that 60 of people support
A local TV station claims that 60% of people support Candidate A, 30% support Candidate B, and 10% support Candidate C. A survey of 500 registered voters is taken. The accompanying table indicates how they are likely to vote.

a. Specify the competing hypotheses to test whether the TV station’s claim can be rejected by the data.
b. Use the p -value approach to test the hypothesis at a 1% significancelevel.
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