According to historical data, it is believed that 12% of American adults work more than one job. To investigate if this claim is still accurate, a random sample of 100 American adults is selected. It is discovered that 18 of them work more than one job. A researcher would like to know if the data provide convincing evidence that the true proportion of American adults who work more than one job differs from 12%. Are the conditions for inference met? Yes, the conditions for inference are met. No, the 10% condition is not met. No, the Large Counts Condition is not met. No, the randomness condition is not met.