126.96.36.199 - Video Example: Tulips (Summarized Data, Equal Proportions)
A company selling tulip bulbs claims they have equal proportions of white, pink, and purple bulbs and that they fill customer orders by randomly selecting bulbs from the population of all of their bulbs.
You ordered 30 bulbs and received 16 white, 8 pink, and 6 purple.
Is there evidence the bulbs you received were not randomly selected from a population with an equal proportion of each color?
Minitab Express is used to conduct a hypothesis test to address this research question.