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Give the null and alternative hypotheses for each test and

Give the null and alternative hypotheses for each test, and state whether a one-proportion z-test or a two-proportion z-test would be appropriate.

a. You test a person to see whether he can tell tap water from bottled water. You give him 20 sips selected randomly (half from tap water and half from bottled water) and record the proportion he gets correct to test the hypothesis.

b. You test a random sample of students at your college who stand on one foot with their eyes closed and determine who can stand for at least 10 seconds, comparing athletes and nonathletes.

a. You test a person to see whether he can tell tap water from bottled water. You give him 20 sips selected randomly (half from tap water and half from bottled water) and record the proportion he gets correct to test the hypothesis.

b. You test a random sample of students at your college who stand on one foot with their eyes closed and determine who can stand for at least 10 seconds, comparing athletes and nonathletes.

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