Question 5: How would you interpret the result P = 0.3?
The P value is greater than 0.05, so is not significant by the conventional criterion. Such a relationship would occur in 30% of samples if the null hypothesis were true.
There is therefore no evidence of any relationship between observed eyecolour and sex.
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