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Any help on the following question is welcome. Don’t need the answer but a method on how to work it outAttachment 956074
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When a coin is tossed a number of times, more than twice as many heads as tails are recorded
Using the p value to test at significance level 5%, whether a coin is biased towards heads if
The coin is tossed 4 times
The coin is tossed 24 times
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When a coin is tossed a number of times, more than twice as many heads as tails are recorded
Using the p value to test at significance level 5%, whether a coin is biased towards heads if
The coin is tossed 4 times
The coin is tossed 24 times
And your attempt? I'm off out now back later.
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And your attempt? I'm off out now back later.
I don’t know how to start, the p value is supposed to be worked out using x n and p, p is o.25 and n is 4 for the first part but I don’t know what x is
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I don’t know how to start, the p value is supposed to be worked out using x n and p, p is o.25 and n is 4 for the first part but I don’t know what x is
May I suggest you look at the PPT here: https://www.drfrostmaths.com/resource.php?rid=298
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May I suggest you look at the PPT here: https://www.drfrostmaths.com/resource.php?rid=298
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