The following question is on a study guide for a test:
A candidate who is running for Student Body President wants to know if more Juniors vote than Seniors. The hope is to interpret this information to know who to campaign towards.
The student body candidate wants to know the answer to his question. You access last years records and find 3750 Junior voted and only 3900 Seniors voted. Using excel statistics, you discovered determine that 38.8% of the Juniors and 37.5% of the Seniors voted in last years election.
Based on last years election, what is the highest confidence level for which you can claim that more Juniors vote than Seniors? You are solving for the highest confidence level in which you can reject the Null hypothesis.
As you can see, I have the answer. I just don't know the process for finding that answer. Can someone walk me through the step by step please?