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Are Canadian hockey players born at a random probability each month?

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Set of hypotheses-
H0: Canadian hockey players are born equally on every month.
Ha: Canadian hockey players are not born equally on every month.

If hockey players are to be born at random probability each month, we'd expect that of all the hockey players, 1/12 would be born each month, so if we have 1245 hockey players in total, per month we're supposed to have 1245/12=103.75 players born. So for each one of the 12 months, 103.75 would be our expected value....

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