Full moon, next phase In Exercise 40 you found that the expected cell counts failed to satisfy the conditions for inference. a) Find a sensible way to combine some cells that will make the expected counts acceptable. b) Test a hypothesis about the full moon and state your conclusion.

Tuesday, February 7 th Reviewed for Test 1; on eLC Test 2 Thursday, February 9 th Chapter 5: Probability in Our Daily Lives 5.1 How Probability Quantifies Randomness • Probability allows us to jump from describing a sample to drawing conclusions, or inferences, about the population • Two main ideas we need to understand before moving on to inference o Random o Chance • Clicker: What does random mean o Haphazard, occurring without definite ai