z-Test of One Population Proportion

When the data collected in the sample comes in the form of categories, then you're dealing with nominal data. Hypothesis tests will focus on the (unknown) proportion of observations in the population that fit into a specific category. This is a z-test, but it's formula is different from the z-test of one population mean taught in Chapter 10.

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