Finding Critical regions
7. It is known from past records that 1 in 5 bowls produced in a pottery have minor defects. To monitor production a random sample of 25 bowls was taken and the number of such bowls with defects was recorded.
(a) Using a 5% level of significance, find critical regions for a two-tailed test of the hypothesis that 1 in 5 bowls have defects. The probability of rejecting, in either tail, should be as close to 2.5% as possible.
Critical regions is "X is equal and bigger than 1" or "X is equal to and bigger than 10"
Basically, I do not understand how can "X is equal and bigger than 1" be one of the critical region?
I am thinking the P("X are equal and bigger than 1") = 0.0274 therefore, it goes over 2.5% hence, it shouldn't be the critical region??
by the way, The probability for "X equal and bigger than 10" = 0.0173
Could please you explain why one of the critical region is not P(X=0) which is 0.0038 instead of X less than and equal to 1?
Because the question, specifies as close to 2.5% as possible, P(X=0) is 0.38% were as for is 2.74%, and this value is closer to 2.5% ,if the question did not say as close to 2.5%, than you would look for a value in the tables that is less than or equal to 0.025, which in this case would be p(x=0)
Originally Posted by Changhons