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    In a replication of Mendel's hybridization experiment a student observed 161 peas with yellow pods in 600 offspring peas, rather than the 25% (150 peas) predicted by Mendel.

    Assuming that Mendel's conclusions are correct estimate the probability of getting at least 161 peas with yellow pods among the 600 offspring peas.

    Please explain. Thank you.

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    As the title of the posting says, we're going to use the normal approximation to the binomial test. It involves using the old standby, the z-statistic formula, ...

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    The expert examines the normal as approximation to binomial functions.

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