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# Multiple-Choice Exam A student takes a 20-question, multiple-choice exam with five

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Multiple-Choice Exam A student takes a 20-question, multiple-choice exam with five choices for each question and guesses on each question. Find the probability of guessing at least 15 out of 20 correctly. Would you consider this event likely or unlikely to occur? Explain your answer

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----- Lecture 11/13/17 -----  Method 1: Using Critical Region Method. o Rule: If the Calculated Test Statistic(z value or t value) Value falls in the Critical (rejection) region, we will conclude by rejecting the Null Hypothesis, else we will fail to reject Null Hypothesis.  Method 2: Using P-Value...

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