Question Solved1 Answer A jury of 6 persons was selected from a group of 20 potential jurors-7 were African American and 13 were white. The jury was supposedly randomly selected, but it contained only 1 African American member. Do you have any reason to doubt the randomness of the selection? (Round your answer to four decimal places.) No , because P(1 or fewer African American jurors) = 0.1873 X which is greater than 10%, it is ✓ likely the selection was random. Need Help? Read It

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Transcribed Image Text: A jury of 6 persons was selected from a group of 20 potential jurors-7 were African American and 13 were white. The jury was supposedly randomly selected, but it contained only 1 African American member. Do you have any reason to doubt the randomness of the selection? (Round your answer to four decimal places.) No , because P(1 or fewer African American jurors) = 0.1873 X which is greater than 10%, it is ✓ likely the selection was random. Need Help? Read It
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Transcribed Image Text: A jury of 6 persons was selected from a group of 20 potential jurors-7 were African American and 13 were white. The jury was supposedly randomly selected, but it contained only 1 African American member. Do you have any reason to doubt the randomness of the selection? (Round your answer to four decimal places.) No , because P(1 or fewer African American jurors) = 0.1873 X which is greater than 10%, it is ✓ likely the selection was random. Need Help? Read It
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Solution: no. of African American, A=7White, w=13" total "=A+W=20jiny size, n=6Let x be no. of African Amencans in the jusy of size n.Then x∼ Hypargometrie distributio ... See the full answer