# Statistics and Probability Module: Formulating Appropriate Null and Alternative Hypotheses on a Population Proportion

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In the previous lessons, you have studied how to formulate appropriate null and alternative hypotheses concerning population means. Also, you’ve learned how to draw correct conclusions after solving given problems based on the test statistic and the rejection region.

In this module, you will have a short recall about population proportions and all other related concepts with their equivalent symbols like test statistic, rejection region, p-value, level of significance, etc.

After going through this module, you are expected to:

1. recall and identify the symbols used in formulating hypotheses;

2. formulate the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses concerning population proportions; and

3. identify whether the given hypothesis test is a single-tailed or a two-tailed test.

## Statistics and Probability Quarter 4 Self-Learning Module: Formulating Appropriate Null and Alternative Hypotheses on a Population Proportion

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