A study of top executives' midlife crises indicates that 45% of all top executives suffer from some form of mental crisis in the years following corporate success. An executive who had undergone a midlife crisis opened a clinic providing counseling for top executives in the hope of reducing the number of executives who might suffer from this problem. A random sample of 125 executives who went through the program indicated that only 49 eventually showed signs of a midlife crisis. Do you believe that the program is beneficial and indeed reduces the proportion of executives who show signs of the crisis?

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