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A For a continuous population which measure of typical value

a. For a continuous population, which measure of typical value is the sign test concerned with?

b. What probability distribution does this test rely on?

c. Suppose the population is discrete and an appreciable fraction of the population is equal to its median. How do the hypotheses for the sign test change as compared to the case of a continuous population?

b. What probability distribution does this test rely on?

c. Suppose the population is discrete and an appreciable fraction of the population is equal to its median. How do the hypotheses for the sign test change as compared to the case of a continuous population?

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