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According to The Economist, investors in Porsche are the dominant group within the larger VW Company that now owns the sports car maker. Let's take dominance to mean 50% ownership, and suppose that a random sample of 700 VW shareholders reveals that 220 of them own Porsche shares. Conduct the left-tailed test aimed at proving that Porsche shareholders are not dominant. What is the p-value?


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