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Guilty Plea Not Guilty Plea Sent to prison 416 68 Not sent to prison 543 13 attorney defending a guilty defendant, would these results suggest that you should encourage a guilty plea? Click the icon to view the table: Determine the null and alternative hypotheses. A.

H_(0)

: The sentence (sent to prison or not sent to prison) is independent of the plea.

H_(1)

: The sentence (sent to prison or not sent to prison) is not independent of the plea B.

H_(0)

. Pleading guilty reduces a defendant's chance of going to prison.

H_(1)

. Pleading guilty does not reduce a defendant's chance of going to prison. C.

H_(0)

: The sentence (sent to prison or not sent to prison) is not independent of the plea.

H_(1)

. The sentence (sent to prison or not sent to prison) is independent of the plea. D.

H_(0)

. Pleading guilty does not reduce a defendant's chance of going to prison.

H_(1)

: Pleading guilty reduces a defendant's chance of going to prison. Determine the test statistic.

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(Round to three decimal places as needed.) Determine the P-value of the test statistic. P-value

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(Round to four decimal places as needed TABLE [[,Guilty Plea,Not Guilty Plea],[Sent to Prison,416,68],[Not Sent to Prison,543,13]] statistic. cimal places as needed.)

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