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Determine the critical value and critical region that would be used in the classical approach to test the null hypothesis for each of the following multinomial experiments.

a. Ho: P(1) = P(2) = P(3) = P(4) = 0.25, with a = 0.05

b. Ho: P(I) = 0.25, P(II) = 0.40, P(III) = 0.35 with Explain how 9_3_3_1 becomes 9/16,3/16,3/16 and 1/16 in Example

In Example

Reorganize the alternative hypothesis so that the critical region will be the right-hand tail:

a. Ho: P(1) = P(2) = P(3) = P(4) = 0.25, with a = 0.05

b. Ho: P(I) = 0.25, P(II) = 0.40, P(III) = 0.35 with Explain how 9_3_3_1 becomes 9/16,3/16,3/16 and 1/16 in Example

In Example

Reorganize the alternative hypothesis so that the critical region will be the right-hand tail:

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