Suppose you wish to test if a number cube (die) is loaded or not. If the die is not loaded, the theoretical probabilities for each roll should be: 1 2 3 4 5 6 16 2/3 % 16 2/3 % 16 2/3 % 16 2/3 % 16 2/3 % 16 2/3 % You roll the die 84 times and come up with the


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Goodness of fit

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The theoretical probabilities

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The type of test to be use

From the question, we understand that you are to test if the die is loaded or not using the given theoretical probabilities.

This test can be carried out using goodness of fit test because the goodness of fit is basically used to check the possibility of getting the outcome variable from a distribution. In this case, the outcome of the variables are the given theoretical probabilities.

In a nutshell, the goodness fit of test determines if the given data (in this case, the theoretical probabilities) is a reflection of what to expect in the original population.

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