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Step 1

The hypotheses are given below:

*H*_{0}: The categories of the variable and the successes and failures are independent.

*H*_{1}: The categories of the variable and the success and failures are dependent.

Thus, the correct answer is option (C).

Step 2

**Test Statistic:**

Before calculating the test statistic find the expected frequency for each cell,

**Expected frequency:**

Step 3

Similarly for the remaining cells, the expected frequencies are calculated and the values...

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