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Test of Proportions

From:

Alireza Zahedian

Date:

Sat, 8 May 1999 17:10:35 +330

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 Dear All       In a random sample of size n=100, number of A,B and C       is 33,30 and 37 respectively.How can we test                                 H0: p(A)=p(B)=p(C)                 versus                    H1: at least one pair of p(.)s is unequale              such as                    H0: p(A)=p(B)                 versus                    H1: p(A) is unequale to p(B)       where p(A) is proportion A in population and so p(B) and p(c).              How can we do this tests by software SAS ? Thanks, Zahedian %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

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