# Test to see if the number of resignations is uniform over the 4 seasons.

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The personnel department of a large corporation reported 60 resignations during last year. The following table groups these resignations according to the season in which they occurred.

Winter=10

Spring=22

Summer=19

Fall=9

Test to see if the number of resignations is uniform over the 4 seasons.

Alpha=0.05

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Solution describes the steps to check if the observed pattern is uniform.

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Step 1 - Set the Hypothesis

Ho: Number of registrations is uniformly distributed.

H1: Number of Registrations is not uniformly distributed.

Step 2 - Significance Level

Significance level=0.05

Step 3 - Select the ...

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