# Standard error 005 test statistics 28455 p value

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Standard Error - 0.05 Test Statistics - -2.8455 p-value (lower tail) - 0.0022 p-value (upper tail) - 0.9978 p-value (two tail) - 0.0044 As we can see upper tail p-value is 0.9978 > 0.05 so we cannot reject H 0 which means Bayview University business students were involved in some type of cheating less than that of business students at other institutions. 4. Conduct a hypothesis test to determine if the proportion of business students at Bayview University who were involved in some form of cheating is less than that of nonbusiness students at other institutions as reported by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Sample size (n) - 90 Number of students involved in cheating - 37 (21+16) Sample proportion ( ) - 0.41 As we know the article reported that 47% of nonbusiness students admitted to cheating at some time. So, Hypothesized value p 0 - 0.47 Our hypothesis is as follows: H 0 : P ≤ 0.56 H a : P > 0.56 That hypothesis is rejected if lower tail p-value ≤ α Standard Error - 0.05 Test Statistics - -1.1194 p-value (lower tail) - 0.1315 p-value (upper tail) - 0.8685 p-value (two tail) - 0.2630 As we can see upper tail p-value is 0.8685 > 0.05 so we cannot reject H 0 which means Bayview University business students were involved in some type of cheating less than that of nonbusiness students at other institutions. p