A test is conducted in which a coin is flipped 30 times to test whether the coin is unbiased. The null hypothesis is 7 that the coin is fair. The alternative is that the coin is not fair. One of the accompanying figures represents the p-value after getting 16 heads out of 30 flips, and the other represents the p-value after getting 18 heads out of 30 flips. Which is which, and how do you know?
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