(a) In the random number table, assign the digits 0 through 8 to the event "successful surgery" and the digit 9 to the event "unsuccessful surgery." Does this assignment of digits simulate 90% successful outcomes? Yes   No     (b) Use the random digit assignment model of part (a) to simulate the outcomes of 15 trials. Begin at column 1, line 2. (Enter S for success and F for failure, separated by commas.)        (c) Your friend assigned the digits 1 through 9 to the event "successful surgery" and the digit 0 to the event "unsuccessful surgery." Does this assignment of digits simulate 90% successful outcomes? Yes   No     Using this digit assignment, repeat part (b). (Enter S for success and F for failure, separated by commas.)

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(a) In the random number table, assign the digits 0 through 8 to the event "successful surgery" and the digit 9 to the event "unsuccessful surgery." Does this assignment of digits simulate 90% successful outcomes?

Yes
 
No    


(b) Use the random digit assignment model of part (a) to simulate the outcomes of 15 trials. Begin at column 1, line 2. (Enter S for success and F for failure, separated by commas.)

 
 
 

 

(c) Your friend assigned the digits 1 through 9 to the event "successful surgery" and the digit 0 to the event "unsuccessful surgery." Does this assignment of digits simulate 90% successful outcomes?

Yes
 
No    


Using this digit assignment, repeat part (b). (Enter S for success and F for failure, separated by commas.)

 
 
 

 

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