14. When Brett Kavanaugh was nominated to be a Supreme Court justice, a survey of 1075 Americans showed that 51.2% of them disapproved of Kavanaugh. A newspaper published an article with this headline: “Majority of Americans Disapprove of Kavanaugh.” Use a 0.10 significance level to test the claim made in that headline. Use the P-value method. Use the normal distribution as an approximation to the binomial distribution. Let p denote the population proportion of all Americans who disapproved of Kavanaugh. Identify the null and alternative hypotheses. Ho: p(1). H;: p(2). (Type integers or decimals. Do not round.) Identify the test statistic. z= (Round to two decimal places as needed.) Identify the P-value. P-value =| (Round to three decimal places as needed.) State the conclusion about the null hypothesis, as well as the final conclusion that addresses the original claim. (3) – the null hypothesis. There (4). sufficient evidence to (5). the claim that a majority of Americans disapproved of Kavanaugh. (4) O is not O is (2) O # (3) O Fail to reject O Reject O Accept (1) (5) O support warrant rejection of


14. When Brett Kavanaugh was nominated to be a Supreme Court justice, a survey of 1075
Americans showed that 51.2% of them disapproved of Kavanaugh. A newspaper published an
article with this headline: "Majority of Americans Disapprove of Kavanaugh." Use a 0.10
significance level to test the claim made in that headline. Use the P-value method. Use the
normal distribution as an approximation to the binomial distribution.
Let p denote the population proportion of all Americans who disapproved of Kavanaugh. Identify
the null and alternative hypotheses.
Ho: p(1)
H1: p(2)
(Type integers or decimals. Do not round.)
Identify the test statistic.
(Round to two decimal places as needed.)
Identify the P-value.
P-value =
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
State the conclusion about the null hypothesis, as well as the final conclusion that addresses the
original claim.
the null hypothesis. There (4)
sufficient evidence to
(5)
the claim that a majority of Americans disapproved of Kavanaugh.
(3) O Fail to reject
Reject
O Accept
(4) O is not
O is
(2)
O support
warrant rejection of
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Transcribed Image Text:14. When Brett Kavanaugh was nominated to be a Supreme Court justice, a survey of 1075
Americans showed that 51.2% of them disapproved of Kavanaugh. A newspaper published an
article with this headline: “Majority of Americans Disapprove of Kavanaugh.” Use a 0.10
significance level to test the claim made in that headline. Use the P-value method. Use the
normal distribution as an approximation to the binomial distribution.
Let p denote the population proportion of all Americans who disapproved of Kavanaugh. Identify
the null and alternative hypotheses.
Ho: p(1)
H1: p(2)
(Type integers or decimals. Do not round.)
Identify the test statistic.
(Round to two decimal places as needed.)
Identify the P-value.
P-value =
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
State the conclusion about the null hypothesis, as well as the final conclusion that addresses the
original claim.
the null hypothesis. There (4)
sufficient evidence to
(5)
the claim that a majority of Americans disapproved of Kavanaugh.
(3) O Fail to reject
Reject
O Accept
(4) O is not
O is
(2)
O support
warrant rejection of
14. When Brett Kavanaugh was nominated to be a Supreme Court justice, a survey of 1075 Americans showed that 51.2% of them disapproved of Kavanaugh. A newspaper published an article with this headline: “Majority of Americans Disapprove of Kavanaugh.” Use a 0.10 significance level to test the claim made in that headline. Use the P-value method. Use the normal distribution as an approximation to the binomial distribution. Let p denote the population proportion of all Americans who disapproved of Kavanaugh. Identify the null and alternative hypotheses. Ho: p(1). H;: p(2). (Type integers or decimals. Do not round.) Identify the test statistic. z= (Round to two decimal places as needed.) Identify the P-value. P-value =| (Round to three decimal places as needed.) State the conclusion about the null hypothesis, as well as the final conclusion that addresses the original claim. (3) – the null hypothesis. There (4). sufficient evidence to (5). the claim that a majority of Americans disapproved of Kavanaugh. (4) O is not O is (2) O # (3) O Fail to reject O Reject O Accept (1) (5) O support warrant rejection of


14. When Brett Kavanaugh was nominated to be a Supreme Court justice, a survey of 1075
Americans showed that 51.2% of them disapproved of Kavanaugh. A newspaper published an
article with this headline: "Majority of Americans Disapprove of Kavanaugh." Use a 0.10
significance level to test the claim made in that headline. Use the P-value method. Use the
normal distribution as an approximation to the binomial distribution.
Let p denote the population proportion of all Americans who disapproved of Kavanaugh. Identify
the null and alternative hypotheses.
Ho: p(1)
H1: p(2)
(Type integers or decimals. Do not round.)
Identify the test statistic.
(Round to two decimal places as needed.)
Identify the P-value.
P-value =
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
State the conclusion about the null hypothesis, as well as the final conclusion that addresses the
original claim.
the null hypothesis. There (4)
sufficient evidence to
(5)
the claim that a majority of Americans disapproved of Kavanaugh.
(3) O Fail to reject
Reject
O Accept
(4) O is not
O is
(2)
O support
warrant rejection of
expand button
Transcribed Image Text:14. When Brett Kavanaugh was nominated to be a Supreme Court justice, a survey of 1075
Americans showed that 51.2% of them disapproved of Kavanaugh. A newspaper published an
article with this headline: “Majority of Americans Disapprove of Kavanaugh.” Use a 0.10
significance level to test the claim made in that headline. Use the P-value method. Use the
normal distribution as an approximation to the binomial distribution.
Let p denote the population proportion of all Americans who disapproved of Kavanaugh. Identify
the null and alternative hypotheses.
Ho: p(1)
H1: p(2)
(Type integers or decimals. Do not round.)
Identify the test statistic.
(Round to two decimal places as needed.)
Identify the P-value.
P-value =
(Round to three decimal places as needed.)
State the conclusion about the null hypothesis, as well as the final conclusion that addresses the
original claim.
the null hypothesis. There (4)
sufficient evidence to
(5)
the claim that a majority of Americans disapproved of Kavanaugh.
(3) O Fail to reject
Reject
O Accept
(4) O is not
O is
(2)
O support
warrant rejection of

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