C. At the .05 alpha level, is there evidence that more than 30% of Penn State World Campus STAT 200 students have a cat? Use the five-step hypothesis testing procedure. Step 1: Hypotheses: Use proper notation for a population mean or a population proportion since hypotheses make statements about population values. Step 2: Calculate Test Statistic: Do this by hand first (show calculations) and then check by using Minitab (copy and paste your Minitab output). Step 3: Determine p-value: In addition to stating the p-value, describe what test statistic values the p-value applies to (probability of calculated test statistic value or larger value (right-tail p-value); probability of calculated value or smaller value (left-tail p-value); or probability of a test statistic value indicating a given magnitude of difference or more from the null in either direction (two-tailed p-value)). Step 4: Decide between the null and alternative hypotheses: Are the results statistically significant or not? Then state your decision regarding the null and alternative hypotheses. Step 5: State a “real world” conclusion based on the research question.