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Unformatted text preview: r, then P(X > 65) ‡ P(Y > 65.5) = P(Z > 3.1) ‡ 0.001. This
is small enough to raise a reasonable doubt that the coin is fair. However, we should not be
too surprised if we threw 56 heads, since we can calculate that P(X > 55) ‡ 0.1357, which
is not such a small probability. As we said, the actual tests of statistical significance are
more sophisticated than this, but we shall not go into them.
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