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# Suppose X=6 is observed where X~binomial(36,p) in a test of Ho:p=1/4 versus H1: Consider a second experiment where Y~binomial (100,p).

Suppose X=6 is observed where X~binomial(36,p) in a test of Ho:p=1/4 versus H1:p≠1/4. Consider a second experiment where Y~binomial (100,p). When compared to the first experiment, find the value y such that Y=y provides less evidence against Ho and Y=y+1 provides more evidence against Ho.

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