HW 14Q1A 1-pound bag of candy-coated chocolate covered peanuts contained 224 pieces of candy, each colored brown, orange, green, or yellow.Test the null hypothesis that the machine filling these bags treats the four colors of candy equally likely; that is, test H0: pb=po=pg=py=1/4he observed values were 46 brown, 63 orange, 52 green, and 63 yellow candies. (Note: please keep at least 2 significant digits in your answer.)
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Q4In a biology laboratory, students use corn to test the Mendelian theory of inheritance. The theory claims that frequencies of the four categories"smooth and yellow," "wrinkled and yellow," "smooth and purple," and "wrinkled and purple" will occur in the ratio 9:3:3:1. If a student counted 123, 31, 43, and 11, respectively,for these four categories, would these data support the Mendelian theory? Let