Question: Suppose you wanted to test H0 p 0 50 but

Suppose you wanted to test H0: p = 0.50, but you had 0 successes in n trials. If you had found the test statistic using the se = √p̂(1 - p̂)/n designed for confidence intervals, show what happens to the test statistic. Explain why se0 = √p0(1 - p0)/n is a more appropriate se for tests.

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