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Question 94 A politician claims that a larger proportion of members of the news media are Select one answer. Democrats when compared to the general

A politician claims that a larger proportion of members of the news media are Democrats when compared to the general public. Let p1 represent the proportion of the news media that is Democrat and p2 represent the proportion of the public that is Democrat. What are the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses that correspond to this claim?


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Question 94
A politician claims that a larger proportion of members of the news media are
Select one answer.
Democrats when compared to the general public. Let p, represent the
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proportion of the news media that is Democrat and p, represent the proportion of the public that is
Democrat. What are the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses that correspond to this claim?
A. OH : P, - P2 = 0; Ha: P1 - P2 < 0
B. OH : P, - P, = O; Ha: P, - P, > 0
C. OH : P1 - P2 = 0; Ha: P1 - P2 + 0

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B.  H o : p ​ 1 ​ ​ − p ​ 2 ​... View the full answer

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