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.
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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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