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The Practice of Statistics for AP

Book edition 4th
Author(s) David Moore,Daren Starnes,Dan Yates
Pages 809 pages
ISBN 9781319113339

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Aw, nuts! A company claims that each batch of its deluxe mixed nuts contains $52%$ cashews, $27%$ almonds,$13%$ macadamia nuts, and 8% brazil nuts. To test this claim, a quality control inspector takes a random sample of $150$ nuts from the latest batch. The one-way table below displays the sample data. (a) State appropriate hypotheses for performing a test of the company’s claim. b) Calculate the expected counts for each type of nut. Show your work.

(a) The null hypothesis will be ${H}_{0}$ : The observed count of each type of nuts in a group of $150$nuts from latest batch are same as claimed count of nuts in a group of $150$

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${H}_{1}$ : The observed counts of each type of nuts in a group of $150$ nuts from latest batch are not same as claimed count of nuts in a group of$150$.

(b)

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Part (a) Step 1:

The hypotheses for performing a test of company's claim that each batch of its deluxe mixed nuts contains $52%$cashews, $27 \%$ almonds, $13 \%$ macadamia and $8 \%$ brazil nuts whereas a random sample of 150 nuts from each batch is having the following composition.

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