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# Students in a discussion of gun control in a sociology class at Foothill Community College argue that Republicans

Students in a discussion of gun control in a sociology class at Foothill Community College argue that Republicans

are more likely to oppose gun control than Independents. They use data from an article titled "Gun Control Splits America," published March 23, 2010 in pewresarch.org by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press. In this study 62% of Republicans and 57% of Independents say that states should not be able to pass laws banning handguns.

For a claim that a larger proportion of Republicans oppose state laws banning handguns when compared to Independents, the null and alternative hypotheses are

The p-value is 0.06. If we conduct this test at a 5% level of significance, what would be an appropriate conclusion?

Question 99Students in a discussion of gun control in a sociology class at FoothillSelect one answer.Community College argue that Republicans are more likely to oppose gun10 pointscontrol than Independents. They use data from an article titled &quot;Gun ControlSplits America,&quot; published March 23, 2010 in pewresarch.org by the Pew Research Center for thePeople and the Press. In this study 62% of Republicans and 57% of Independents say that statesshould not be able to pass laws banning handguns.For a claim that a larger proportion of Republicans oppose state laws banning handguns whencompared to Independents, the null and alternative hypotheses areHo:P1 - P2 = 0( P1 = P2)Ha :P1 - P2&gt;0( P1&gt; P2 )The p-value is 0.06. If we conduct this test at a 5% level of significance, what would be an appropriateconclusion?A. O Reject Ho , and support Ha .B. O Support Ho , and reject Ha .C. O Fail to Reject H. , do not support Ha .