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Course: STAT 321, Winter 2008
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321 Stat Day 4 Probability (2.1) Reminders Lab 2 due Friday Will discuss similar issues in lecture Ask questions in class/office hours/email Can download data from web HW 1 due Tuesday Ch. 1 questions? Example 3: More Matching 1 2 3 4 5 Heights Number of siblings Last haircut cost Change in pockets Guesses of my age Excel? Column1 Mean Standard Error Median Mode 22.20533 1.213832 20.855 #N/A...

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