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1.5.18 Have you ever played rock-paper-scissors (or Rochambeau)? Its considered a fair game in that the two players are equally likely to win (like a coin toss). Both players simultaneously display one of three hand gestures (rock, paper, or scissors), and the objective is to display a gesture that defeats that of your opponent. The main gist is that rocks break scissors, scissors cut paper, and paper covers rock. We investigated some results of the game rock-paper-scissors, the researchers had 119 people play rock paper-scissors against a computer. They found 66 players (55.5%) started with rock, 39 (32.8%) started with paper, and 14 (11.8%) started with scissors, we want to see if players start with rock with a probability that is different from 1/3. Which of the following states the appropriate null and alternative hypotheses in the context of this study, first in words and then in symbols? Null: The long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is 50%. Alt: The long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is different from 50%. A Null: The long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is 33%. Alt: The long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is different from 33%. Null: The long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is 33%. Alt: The long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is more than 33%. Null: The long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is 33%. Alt: The long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is less than 33%.Using an appropriate applet, find the p-value using a theory-based test (one-proportion z-test, normal approximation). (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.) eTextbook and Media Summarize the conclusion from the p-value O We have very weak evidence that the long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is different from 33%. We have very strong evidence that the long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is different from 33% o we have no evidence that the long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is different from 3396. We have strong evidence that the long-run proportion of times that a player starts with rock is 33%. eTextbook and Media

please give answer in a,b,c,d format. give calculation.

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