Could someone check to see if I answered this correctly(2):

**10.18: It has been claimed that no more then 5% of the units coming off an assembly line are defective. Formulate a null hypothesis and an alternative hypothesis for this situation. Will the test be one-tail or two tails? Why? If the test is one tail, will it be left-tail or right tail? Why?**

**So would it then be written as **

**Null hypothesis: Ho: π = ≤ 0.05**

**Alternative hypothesis: H1(the one is saposed to be down at the bottom of the H but could not get it to come up on the screen) : π = > 0.05**

**From what I am seeing in the book the purpose of conducting the test is to determine whether the population proportion of defective units could be greater then 0.05.**

**If I am understanding this correctly the test would be one-tailed because the null hypothesis is directional.**

**The sample that is given in the book states that a supplier claims that "no more the 20% of the cans are dented" and is listed as a right-tail test. **

**So since this is similar in that it states that no more than 5% of the units coming off an assembly line are defective then it would also be considered "a right-tailed test". As the center of the hypothesized distribution is identified as π = 0.05 which is the highest value for which the null hypothesis could be true, it also states that the null hypothesis tends to get the benefit of the doubt. ****I am just wanting to make sure that I am understanding this correctly.**

**Thanks!**