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  • Author:
    George Humphrey
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    0717141519
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    978-0717141517
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    Gill & Macmillan Ltd (January 2007)
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George Humphrey is the author of several bestselling textbooks and revision books for maths.

George Humphrey is the author of several bestselling textbooks and revision books for maths. He is a lively and enthusiastic teacher who conducts workshops and seminars throughout Ireland for teachers and students.

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4 232 LESS STRESS MORE SUCCESS (ii) Based on previous experience, a teacher has claimed that in these circumstances, half of all students will measure the angle correctly to within two degrees

4 232 LESS STRESS MORE SUCCESS (ii) Based on previous experience, a teacher has claimed that in these circumstances, half of all students will measure the angle correctly to within two degrees. Taking these students to be a simple random sample, and assuming the true value of the angle is the one you calculated in part (i), is there sufficient evidence to reject the teacher s claim at the 5% level of significance? Solution (i) There are several methods that will lead to success in this question.