Question

Suppose someone has told you that he will pay you $500 if you
can roll a die and have it land on a 6. You both agree that you
will use a virtual die that can be found at this website. Be sure
to set it on one die, and not two. You are not certain that using a
die such as this virtual die is actually as fair as a normal
plastic die and want to justify for yourself that this die does not
land on one face more often than any other face. In other words, it
would be a terrible thing if this die landed on a 6, fewer times
than it landed on any of the other five faces. After all, how can a
computer ever be random? It is not like the computer is actually
rolling a die. You perform a hypothesis test to see if a computer
can be random. So, the question you are asking yourself is this:
** Does this die land on 6 as often as it lands on any
other number?** Or, said in a manner that would help
you with your null and alternate hypotheses,

#### i did the die and i got the face of 6 (13 times out of 50)

Set up your study: Tell me first what each of following represents; then tell me what number should be labeled with that notation. For example, for alpha, the confidence level:

α = Confidence Level

= .05

p =

=

n =

=

σ =

=

Critical Values =

=

Before you begin to conduct the test, tell me what your hypotheses should be. First symbolically state it, then state in words what this conceptually means:

*Ho*

*
Ho* says*:*

*H _{1}*:

*H _{1}* says:

Answer #1

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to set it on one die, and not two. You are not certain that using a
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