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Statistics: Hypothesis Testing

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A coin was flipped 100 times and came up heads 59 times and tails 41 times. The expected outcome was to land on heads or tails 50 times each. Do a hypothesis test to test the null that the percentage is equal to the expected as opposed to the alternative that it is greater or lesser or equal to the expected value, depending on the hypothesis.

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