Is this evidence of fraud?
Based on your p-value of approximately 0.006, which of the following statements is FALSE?
Answer the question
If the null hypothesis is true, the probability of observing a test statistic more extreme than the observed statistic is 0.006.
This data is consistent with a model in which Benford's law applies to vote totals from the 2009 Iranian election.
Benford's law has been suggested to apply to first digit counts from fair elections.
The p-value is a measure of the consistency between a data set and a particular hypothesis.
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