From Exercise 6 A random sample of 100 baseballs has
From Exercise 6: A random sample of 100 baseballs has been selected from each of two large crates of baseballs. One crate of baseballs was produced by Allen Sports Products; the other was produced by Baron Athletic Supply. Ten of the baseballs (10%) in the Allen sample and 18 of the baseballs (18%) in the Baron’s sample were determined to be too light to be used in Major League Baseball games. Use an appropriate table format to test the hypothesis that the proportion of baseballs that are too light is the same for both crates. Use a significance level of 5%.
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