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November 17th, 2017, 12:08 AM   #1
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This is the problem:

Suppose that we survey $489$ randomly selected Country $X$ voters about whether or not they think Mr.A should leave the race, and $254$ of the $489$ voters say "yes". Test the hypothesis that greater than $49$% of Country $X$ voters believe that Mr.A should quit the race. Find the $p$-value for this test. What does the value indicate, or mean?

My statistics is very rusty, can anyone show me how to solve this problem? It will be greatly appreciated.
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