Find the weighted estimate, p (with a line over it) to test the claim that p 1 = p 2. Use α = 0.05. Assume the samples are random and independent. Sample statistics: n 1 = 50, x 1 = 35, and n 2 = 60, x 2 = 40.
Given that,
From given values ,
= (x_{1} + x_{2}) / (n_{1} + n_{2}) = (35 + 40) / (50 + 60) = 75 / 110 = 0.682
the weighted estimate, p = 0.682
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