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A person who claims to possess extrasensory perception (ESP) says she can guess more often than not the outcome of a flip of a balanced coin. Out of 20 flips, she guesses correctly 12 times. Would you conclude that she truly has ESP? Answer by reporting all five steps of a significance test of the hypothesis that each of her guesses has probability 0.50 of being correct against the alternative that corresponds to her having ESP.


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