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Refer to the previous exercise Suppose z 2 50 instead

Refer to the previous exercise. Suppose z = 2.50 instead of 1.04.

a. Find the P-value for

(i) Ha: p > 0.50.

(ii) Ha: p ≠ 0.50, and

(iii) Ha: p < 0.50.

b. Do any of the P-values in part a provide strong evidence against H0? Explain.

a. Find the P-value for

(i) Ha: p > 0.50.

(ii) Ha: p ≠ 0.50, and

(iii) Ha: p < 0.50.

b. Do any of the P-values in part a provide strong evidence against H0? Explain.

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