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Think of a situation like the thinking-suppression device example. Come up with
a plausible scenario, with real-life data, using an observable that is binomial, and
which you can measure in at least two di erent groups. For example: you might
ask if somebody is a business or non-business major and see if they are a member
of a soroity or fraternity. Then do the classical z-test (or 2) test. Show me the
data and the results from the test.

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