# Difference in Population Proportions for Preference in Windows

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Outline

Abstract

Introduction

Data Collection

Data Analysis

Test 1: Difference in Population Proportions for Preference in Windows

Null-Hypothesis:

Alternative-Hypothesis:

Sample proportions:

Pooled Proportions:

=≈ 0.5104 =

≈ 0.4896 =

Standard Error:

=  ≈ 0.1024

Z-Statistic:

= ≈ -5.92

Critical Value Approach: 5%

-5.92 < -1.96; reject the null hypothesis

P-Value Approach: 5%

P-value ≈ 0.00; reject the null hypothesis

Test 2: Test for Independence Jesse

Null-Hypothesis:

The proportions for preference are independent of sex.

Alternative-Hypothesis:

The proportions for preference are dependent on sex.

=

+++ 35.0994

Conclusion

We reject the null hypothesis and conclude that the proportions for preference in windows among males is not equal to the proportions for preference in windows among females.

We reject the null hypothesis and conclude that the proportions of preference are  dependant on sex.

Works Cited

Appendix

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