# SOLUTION: Badbury is currently having a sale on their 1 kg bags of assorted chocolates (which contain dark, white and caramel-filled chocolates). Inquisitive Irene would like to carry out a

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Probability-and-statistics Question 227494: Badbury is currently having a sale on their 1 kg bags of assorted chocolates (which contain dark, white and caramel-filled chocolates). Inquisitive Irene would like to carry out a chi-square test to determine whether the proportion of people who prefer dark (Pi symbolD), white (Pi symbolW) and caramel-filled (Pi symbolC) chocolates is equal. Irene has defined the null hypothesis for the chi-square test to be H0: Pi symbolD = Pi symbolW = Pi symbolC. Select the alternative hypothesis that is most appropriate for Irene's chi-square test: 1.)H1: Pi symbolD > Pi symbolW > Pi symbolC 2.)H1: not all the population proportions are equal 3.)H1: none of the population proportions are equal 4.)H1: Pi symbolD ≠ Pi symbolW ≠ Pi symbolCAnswer by stanbon(57214)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Ans: #2 Cheers, Stan H.