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Mathematics, 08.11.2019 05:31 tornadowolfcosplay

Aperson who claims to be psychic says that the​ probability, p, that he can correctly predict the outcome of the value of of a card drawn from a deck of cards in another room is greater than 1 divided by 13​, the value that applies with random guessing. if we want to test this​ claim, we could use the data from an experiment in which he predicts the outcomes for n trials. state hypotheses for a significance​ test, letting the alternative hypothesis reflect the​ psychic's claim.

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