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After getting trounced by your little brother in a children's game, you suspect the die he gave you to roll may be unfair. To check, you plan to roll it 60 times, recording the number of times each face appears. a) What's your null hypothesis? b) Write the alternative hypothesis.

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We want to know whether or not the die is fair.

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