red candy, Basic Statistics

Test the claim that 10% of a candy makers candies are red. Use a 0.05 significance and the table to answer the following questions:
Find the proportion of the candies that are red?

Weights (g) of a sample bag of candy

red blue brown green yellow
0.864 0.825 0.917 0.836 0.907
0.712 0.824 0.894 0.737 0.827
0.898 0.866 0.754 0.902 0.908
0.836 0.767 0.985 0.811 0.705
0.953 0.713 0.942 0.926 0.954
0.967 0.941 0.713 0.918
0.878 0.725 0.927
0.789 0.982
0.838 0.789
0.827 0.781
0.921
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