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    In testing the null hypothesis H0: P=0.6 vs the alternative H1 : P < 0.6 for a binomial model b(n,p), the rejection region of a test has the structure X ≤ c, where X is the number of successes in n trials. For each of the following tests, d

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  • Q : Statistics A nurse practitioner working

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