Do you have sufficient evidence (at α = .05) to show that the chief umpire is not flipping the coin fairly?

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In the league in which you curl, a coin is flipped prior to the game to determine which team gets the hammer in the first end. You have played 12 games in total and you’re beginning to think that the chief umpire (who does the coin flipping) is biased against you and is somehow causing you to lose the coin flips. Of the 12 games you’ve played you’ve only won the coin flip on 2 occasions. Do you have sufficient evidence (at α = .05) to show that the chief umpire is not flipping the coin fairly?

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