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represents 1 or not; the second digit represents 2 or not; the third, 4 or not; the fourth, 8 or not; the fifth, 16 or not, the nth, 2 to the power of n or not. First die: Observed ________ Second die: Observed________ Binary ________ Binary ________ Base 10 ________ Base 10 ________ 1.2 Examine your modified die so that you form an expectation of whether it will produce biased results. 16 8 4 2 1 L L s s L 16+8+1= 25 Lab Topic 1 11 1.3 State your expectation as a hypothesis, that you can indirectly test using Chi- square. What’s the name of this hypothesis? 1.4 State the complementary hypothesis. What is the name of this hypothesis? 1.5 Using a cup, and shaking with reasonable vigor, cast the dice. To make efficient
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Unformatted text preview: use of time and to reduce errors, one partner should call the numbers; the other partner should record the results in the following table. Data should be recorded in non-erasable ink, errors should be indicated by a single slash through the error, and the corrected result should be entered next to the error. If a die does not land in the intended area, or does not land flat, disregard the roll. roll die# die# roll die# die# roll die# die# roll die# die# 1 25 49 73 2 26 50 3 27 4 28 5 29 6 30 7 8 80 9 10 11 12 60 13 14 15 16 40 17 18 90 19 20 21 22 70 23...
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