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StatCrunch Assignment 3 StatCrunch StatCrunch Assignment 3 In this assignment, you will use the StatCrunch U data set that you developed in Module 2 as part of the first StatCrunch assignment. As you did in StatCrunch Assignment 1B, look at the items in the StatCrunch U survey and develop a question regarding population proportions that can be answered using the survey data you collected. As a reminder, here are the items on the survey: Here are some possible questions. Feel free to pick one of those questions—but it would be better for you to formulate a question of your own. For this assignment, you need a question related to a single proportion (since our sample data is drawn from a single population) and one that will require the use of a confidence interval and hypothesis test to answer. NOTE: There is a sample StatCrunch Assignment 3 designed to give you an idea of how to do this assignment. It uses a question related to the proportions of female and male students at StatCrunch U. You cannot use that question on this assignment. Is the proportion of female students at StatCrunch U different from the nationwide proportion of female students as reported by USA today? Is the proportion of seniors less than 25% of the student body? Is the proportion of students who work different from the nationwide proportion of students who work reported as 71% by a 2013 U.S. Census report?

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