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Is it "Lucky for Spurs if the year ends in one"?
|Ends in a “1”||Doesn’t end in a “1”||Total|
|Fisher's exact test: P<0.00001|
|(1915-18 and 1940-45 excluded)|
1. What is the null hypothesis being tested here?
The null hypothesis is that the proportion of years ending in one in which Spurs win a trophy is the same as the proportion of years ending in a digit other than one in which Spurs win a trophy.
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