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A student randomly selected 225 college students and asked them whether they ate breakfast that morning before coming to campus. There were 57 students that were at least 25 years old, of which 30 had breakfast that morning. Of the 168 students that were younger than 25, 82 had breakfast that morning. At the 0.05 level of significance, test the claim that there is no difference between the proportion of students aged 25 or older that eat breakfast and the proportion of students younger than 25 that eat breakfast.

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