19 of 22 participants (86.36%) from the high-power posing group took a gambling risk to double their money, while 12

19 of 22 participants (86.36%) from the high-power posing group took a gambling risk to double their money, while 12 of 20 (60%) from the low-power posing group took the gambling risk. Use a calculator tool from Module 10 to determine the p-value associated with the hypothesis test examining if there is a statistically significant difference between the proportion of people willing to take risks in the two groups. Round to 3 decimal places

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