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Organizations are relying more and more on social-networking sites to research job candidates. According to CareerBuilder, 52% of organizations do not use these sites. A random sample of 150 organizations found that 67 of them do not use social-networking sites to research job candidates. Use the p-value approach to test the hypothesis that less than 52% of organizations do not use social-networking sites to research job candidates with α = 0.01.
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Because the p-value > α, we fail to reject the null hypothesis. Therefore, we cannot conclude that the proportion of organizations that use social-networking sites to research job candidates is less than 0.52.

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