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When Mendel conducted his famous hybridization experiments, he used peas with green pods and yellow pods. One experiment involved crossing peas in such a way that 25% (or 145) of the 580 offspring peas were expected to have yellow pods. Instead of getting 145 peas with yellow pods, he obtained 152. Assume that Mendel’s 25% rate is correct. Is there strong evidence to suggest that Mendel’s rate of 25% is incorrect?

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Since the probability is not very small, there is no strong evidence to suggest that Mendel's claim is incorrect.

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