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    Can a naive hypothesis test determine that a coin is approximately fair?

    Is there a rigorous qualification for sound uses of hypothesis tests?
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    Can a naive hypothesis test determine that a coin is approximately fair?

    Thanks. However, a binomial test would classify both a fair coin and the unfair coin C as fair due to the existence of switch.
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    Can a naive hypothesis test determine that a coin is approximately fair?

    It's a very elementary example to determine fairness of a coin with repeated tosses and a hypothesis test, at least approximately. If the result of repeated tosses is fair, the coin is classified as fair. However, a unfair coin, C, that can equally probably switch between two unfair states, p...