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A study was conducted to determine who is more likely to offer windrowing​ (mowing and​ piling) of hay​ services, producers in State A or producers in State B. Of the 563

producers from State​ A, 184 were willing to offer windrowing services. Of the 940 producers from State​ B, 387 were willing to offer windrowing services. The researchers want to know if the proportion of producers who were willing to offer windrowing services differs for the two​ areas.




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c. Compute the test statistic, z, for the test.
z=(Round to two decimal places as needed.)
d. Give the rejection region for the test using a = 0.01.
The rejection region is z| > (Round to three decimal places as needed.)
e. The study reported the p-value for the test as approximately 0. Do you agree?
O
No
O Yes
f. Make the appropriate conclusion.
O A. Reject Ho- There is sufficient evidence at a = 0.01 that the proportion of producers willing to offer windrow
O B. Do not reject Ho. There is sufficient evidence at a = 0.01 that the proportion of producers willing to offer wi
O C. Do not reject Ho. There is insufficient evidence at a= 0.01 that the proportion of producers willing to offer
O D. Reject Ha. There is insufficient evidence at a = 0.01 that the proportion of producers willing to offer windrov

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