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Consider a sample of size n from a N(, 1) distribution, as well as the following set of hypotheses regarding u: H0: H = 0 VS H1 0 < H < 2 How large must n be such that the power at H = 2, of the most powerful test when a = 0.03, is equal to 0.99? You may use rounded values from the normal table. Chris used to be an avid gambler, before lockdown saved him by closing the casinos. During this time, whilst studying probability theory, he thought about the one time he desperately needed to roll 6s with a regular, 6-sided die in some game. In 30 attempts, he only managed to roll a 6 three times. Therefore, he hypothesises that the probability of rolling a 6 with those specific dice is actually 1/10, instead of 1/6 as the casino claims. Based on this observation, test Chris' claim at 5% level of significance by deriving an appropriate likelihood ratio test.

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