# Stream Ltions A B C D Male 45 40 45 35 Female 45 50 40 48 (a) Focusing on the proportion 0 male sh at each location, test the hypothesis that the…

Stream L—tions A B C D Male 45 40 45 35 Female 45 50 40 48 (a) Focusing on the proportion 0 male ﬁsh at each location, test the hypothesis that the population proportions are equal for all four locations. Use a 0.05 level of signiﬁcance. State the null and alternative hypotheses.O Ho: All population proportions are not equal.Haipnzpezpczpo0 Ho: 9A :pezpczpoHa: Not all population proportions are equal.0 Ho: PA =PB=PC=PDHa: All population proportions are not equal. U H”: Not all population proportions are equal.Ha:pA=pB=PC=pD Find the value of the test statistic. [Round your answer to three decimal places.) What is the p-value? (Round your answer to four decimal places.) p-value = What is your conclusion? 0 Do not reject ”0′ We conclude that the population proportions are not equal in each location.0 Reject H0. We conclude that the population proportions are not equal ln each location. 0 Reject H0. We cannot reject the hypothesis that the population proportions are equal in each location. 0 Do not reject ”0- We cannot reject the hypothesis that the population proportions are equal in each location. (b) Does it appear that differences in agricultural contaminants found at the four locations altered the ﬁsh population by gender? 0 Yes, there is evidence that differences in agricultural contaminants found at the four locations altered the ﬁsh population by gender. C) No, there is no evidence that differences in agricultural contaminants found at the four locations altered the ﬁsh population by gender. 