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The International Olympic Committee states that the female participation in the 2004 Summer Olympic Games was 42%, even with new sports such as weight lifting, hammer throw, and modern pentathlon being added to the Games. Broadcasting and clothing companies want to change their advertising and marketing strategies if the female participation increases at the next games. An independent sports expert arranged for a random sample of pre-Olympic exhibitions. The sports expert reported that 202 of 454 athletes in the random sample were women. Is this strong evidence that the participation rate may increase?

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One-tail, upper test. The companies will change strategies only if there is strong evidence of an increase in female participation rate from the current rate of 42%.
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