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6 36 1 6 2 36 1 18 . Then P(seven) 1 sevens and 18 (360) and P(eleven) 20 elevens, so that x2
Therefore, in 360 tosses we would expect 1 (360) 6 (24 20 20)2 (74 60 60)2 with a P value of 0.044. For n 2 1 1, x2 3.84. Then since 4.07 3.84, we would be inclined to reject the hypothesis 0.95 that the dice are fair. Using Yates correction, however, we find x2 (corrected) (u74 60u 60 0.5)2 (u 24 20u 20 0.5)2 (13.5)2 60 (3.5)2 20 3.65 with a P value of 0.056. Therefore, on the basis of the corrected x2, we could not reject the hypothesis at the 0.05 level. In general, for large samples such as we have here, results using Yates correction prove to be more reliable than uncorrected results. However, since even the corrected value of x2 lies so close to the critical value, we are hesitant about making decisions one way or the other. In such cases it is perhaps best to increase the sample size by taking more observations if we are interested especially in the 0.05 level. Otherwise, we could reject the hypothesis at some other level (such as 0.10). 7.42. A survey of 320 families with 5 children each revealed the distribution of boys and girls shown in Table 712. (a) Is the result consistent with the hypothesis that male and female births are equally probable (b) What is the P value of the sample results (a) Number of Boys and Girls Number of Families 5 boys 0 girls 18 4 boys 1 girl 56 Table 712 3 boys 2 girls 110 2 boys 3 girls 88 1 boy 4 girls 40 0 boys 5 girls TOTAL 8 320 Let p probability of a male birth, and q 1 p probability of a female birth. Then the probabilities of (5 boys), (4 boys and 1 girl), . . . , (5 girls) are given by the terms in the binomial expansion (p If p q 1 2, q)5 1 5 2

