Recall from Exercise 10.1.19 that in a statistics class students were asked to
calculate the number of Scrabble points their names would earn. For example,
the Scrabble score for the name Tom Sawyer would be 17 points. The data fi le
Scrabble Names contains data on the following two variables: number of letters
in a student’s name and the corresponding Scrabble score.

a. State in words the appropriate null and alternative
hypotheses to test whether there is an association between the number of
letters in a person’s name and the Scrabble points their name earns.

b. Describe how one might use everyday items (for example,
coins, dice, cards, etc.) to conduct a tactile simulation-based test of the
hypotheses. Be sure to clearly describe how the p-value will be computed from
the simulation.

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