Week 4 RSCH 8210.docx - Discussion For this week discussion the quantitative variable selected name is tvhours the label of this data is HOURS PER DAY

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Discussion: For this week discussion, the quantitative variable selected name is tvhours the label of this data is HOURS PER DAY WATCHING TV; this variable is considered scale and a continues variable. In the first table presents 100 random tested variables with a confidence interval (CI) of 95 % with a mean of 2.98 and in the second table with the same amount of randomly tested variables but with a CI of 90 % and a mean of 2.98. The first table presents a 95% CI (3.11, 2.86). The second table presents a 90% CI (3.09, 2.88). Table three presents 400 random tested variables with a CI of 95% with a mean of 2.98. Figure four is of 400 random tested variables with a CI of 90% with a mean of 2.98. Figure three has a 95% CI (3.11, 2.86) and figure four presents a 90% CI (3.09, 2.88). There is the need to explain that the less data the more precise the CI mean would be the more

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