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# S2 edexcel past papers watch

1. help! i need more past papers...have done all the ones from mr hughes

if anyone knows where i can get jan 2004 and any solomon press papers that would be fantastic

thanks! x
2. hey have u done jan 02 paper? can u show me how 2 do 6d pls....like step by step cos i can't get answer. thanx
3. go to www.rodh.com/exams

name exmas
4. sorry thas www.rdoh.com/exams
5. hmm that website doesnt seem to work..

jan o2 6d is a normal hypothesis test
H0: p = 0.4
H1: p > 0.4
Binomial (10, 0.4)
P(X>8) = 1 - P(X \< 7) = 0.0123
0.05 > 0.0123, therefore the result is significant so reject null hypothesis and accept alternative hypothesis
i.e. enough evidence to suggest that number of ppl who prefer organic is higher than the magazine's claim

I hope this helps...i think i do hypothesis testing a different way from some people

xx
6. (Original post by jazzyj)
hmm that website doesnt seem to work..

jan o2 6d is a normal hypothesis test
H0: p = 0.4
H1: p > 0.4
Binomial (10, 0.4)
P(X>8) = 1 - P(X \< 7) = 0.0123
0.05 > 0.0123, therefore the result is significant so reject null hypothesis and accept alternative hypothesis
i.e. enough evidence to suggest that number of ppl who prefer organic is higher than the magazine's claim

I hope this helps...i think i do hypothesis testing a different way from some people

xx

aww thx ur a legend....i stupidly looked at wrong table.....i really gotta make sure i don't do that in exam!! lol
7. could u help me with June 03 Q5d+e, 7d pls!!

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