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Significant For 100 births, P(exactly 56 girls) = 0.0390 and P(56 or more girls) = 0.136. Is 56 girls in 100 births a significantly high number of girls? Which probability is relevant to answering that question?

Number of Girls in Four Births

Number of
Girls x
P(x)
0.063
0.250
0.375
0.250
3
4
0.063
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Number of Girls x P(x) 0.063 0.250 0.375 0.250 3 4 0.063

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