One-sample Hypothesis Test for p Statistics Inference for Proportions One-sample Hypothesis Test for p Questions What are the conditions required for conducting a one-sample proportion z test? Why does the margin of error decrease as the sample size #n# increases? How do you find the p-value of a two tailed test when z = 1.97? How do you find the p-value for a two-tailed test with n = 6 and a test statistic t = 2.067? Let π denote the proportion of grocery store customers that use the store's club card. For a large sample z test of Hₒ: π = 0.5 versus Hₐ: π > 0.5, how do you find the P-value associated with the test statistic 1.40? Let π denote the proportion of grocery store customers that use the store's club card. For a large sample z test of Hₒ: π = 0.5 versus Hₐ: π > 0.5, how do you find the P-value associated with the test statistic 1.96? Inference for Proportions View all chapters Confidence Intervals for p One-sample Hypothesis Test for p Two-sample Hypothesis Test for p Prev Next