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### Hubble01

Course: STAT 3201, Fall 2005
School: LSU
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Hubble01 Page EXST3201 1 1 /* 2 The Big Bang 3 Edwin Hubble discovered a relationship between a nebula's distance 4 from earth and the velocity with which it was moving away from earth. 5 The data in this analysis is for the first 24 nebulae Hubble measured. 6 */ 7 8 dm'log;clear;output;clear'; 9 options nodate nocenter nonumber ps=512 ls=132; 10 ODS HTML style=minimal rs=none...

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