Hi All,

I feel a little lost with this question I'm trying to solve:

Quote:

A study was conducted to learn about social habits of male and female college students. Independent random samples of 1000 female students and 800 male students were obtained. Of those sampled, 180 female and 200 male students admitted that they party on the weekends. At $\displaystyle \alpha$ = 0.05, is there sufficient evidence to conclude that partying habits of male and female college students are different?

I'm pretty sure that I need to find:

$\displaystyle Ho; \mu_{m}\ge \mu_{j}, Ho; \mu_{m} < \mu_{j}$

Can anyone help me get started?