l. There is insufficient evidence to suggest that there is a difference between the proportions of men and women who favor retain

A study is planned to compare the proportion of men who
dislike anchovies with the proportion of women who dislike
anchovies. The study seeks to determine if the proportions of
men and women who dislike anchovies are different. A sample
of 41 men was taken and
the
p^
{"version":"1.1","math":"\hat{p}"} estimate for the
true proportion of men who dislike anchovies was determined
to be 0.67. A sample of 56 women was also taken and
the
p^
{"version":"1.1","math":"\hat{p}"} estimate for the
true proportion of women who dislike anchovies was

determined to be 0.84. Are the requirements satisfied to
perform this hypothesis test? Why?
Question options:
the sample sizes of both groups are greater than 5.
in both cases
np^>10
{"version":"1.1","math":"n\hat{p}>10"}
.
we know that the populations are normally distributed.
in at least one case
n(1−p^)<10
{"version":"1.1","math":"n(1-\hat{p}) < 10"}
.
A credit card company estimates that the average credit card
balance of Americans is $3,210. A statistics student wants to
know whether this is true for citizens of her home town. Which
hypothesis test would be most appropriate for addressing this
question?
Question options:
z-test
t-test
les t-test
samples t-test
roportion
proportions

A marriage counselor conducted a study of couples,