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Apply a statistical procedure to determine whether black and white Americans differed significantly?

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Apply a statistical procedure to determine whether black and white Americans differed significantly?

Postby archere » Mon Nov 04, 2013 3:45 am

I am not sure on what I need to do here please help!
Shortly after the trial of OJ Simpson ended, black and white Americans were asked by pollsters whether they agreed with the jury’s not-guilty verdict. In one of many such studies, a researcher questioned 150 respondents—75 blacks and 75 whites—as to Simpson’s guilt or innocence. He determined that 50 black Americans but only 24 white Americans agreed with the jury that OJ Simpson was not guilty.
Apply a statistical procedure to determine whether black and white Americans differed significantly in regard to their agreement with the jury’s verdict. What is your conclusion? Describe.
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