An editor of a video game web site wants to determine whether the proportion of readers that own a PlayStation console is greater than 0.5.

- Choose .
- From the drop down, select Summarized data.
- In Number of events, enter
`124`. - In Number of trials, enter
`200`. - In Hypothesized proportion, enter
`0.5`. - Click Options.
- From Alternative hypothesis, select Proportion > hypothesized value.
- Enter
`1`in Base for random number generator.###### Note

Using Base for random number generator ensures that your results match the example.

- Click OK in each dialog box.

The alternative hypothesis states that the proportion of readers that own a PlayStation console is greater than 0.5. Because the p-value is 0.002, which is less than the significance level of 0.05, the editor rejects the null hypothesis and concludes that the proportion of readers that own a PlayStation console is greater than 0.5. The histogram shows that the bootstrap distribution appears to be normal, so the editor can trust the results.

Observed Sample
N Proportion
200 0.620000

Randomization Test
Null hypothesis H₀: p = 0.5
Alternative hypothesis H₁: p > 0.5
Number of
Resamples Average P-Value
1000 0.49942 0.002