On Alan’s first visit to Macau, he decided to try his luck at the Venetian Casino Resort. He played a game that is supposed to offer a 50% chance of winning. Out of seven independent plays, he won the first 6 games and lost the last game. His friend Brad who always bets against Alan is unhappy and thinks the game has been rigged.
State Brad's null and alternative hypothesis
If the null hypothesis is true, what is the chance of winning 6 games in a row and losing the next one?
Calculate the P value based on Alan’s data, to one significant figure.
What can Brad conclude?