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The following table gives the color counts for a sample of 30 bags (47.9-gram size) of M&M’s.
Before the Global Color Vote (GCV) of 2002, the target percentage for each color in the six-color mix was as follows: brown, 30%; red and yellow, 20%; blue, green, and orange, 10%.
a. Does case 1 show that bag 1 has a significantly different distribution of colors than the target distribution? Use a = 0.05
b. Combine cases 1 and 2. Does the total of bags 1 and 2 show a significantly different distribution of colors than the target distribution?
c. Combine the results of all 30 bags. Does the total of all 30 bags show a significantly different distribution of colors than the target distribution?
d. Discuss the findings of parts a–c.


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