Keywords: comparing proportions
The Family Circle of 26 June 1990 wrote
"It's a draw, according to two Australian researchers. By age 25, up to 29% of all men and up to 34% of all women have some grey hair, but this difference is so small that it's considered insignificant"
The data is in the description above.
|"Silver Threads Among the Gold: Who'll Find Them First, a Man or a Woman?" Family Circle, 26 June 1990.|
|Johnson, R. (1994). Elementary Statistics, Sixth Edition, PWS-Kent, Boston.|
If 1000 men and 1000 women were involved in this research, would the 5% difference mentioned be significant at the 0.01 level?