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110 Statistics B. Srinivasan Handout #35 Autumn 20062007 Out: Nov. 3, 2006 Due: Nov. 10, 2006 Homework #6 Reading: Rice 7.1-3,9.1-3 Submit in the inbox outside Sequioa 229 before 5:00 PM. In this sixth problem set, you will begin applying the theoretical machinery we have developed to real data sets. 1. This Is Not A Drill Here are some quick drill problems to get you back into the problem set mode. Each of...

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