rmins_lab_7

# rmins_lab_7 - IOE 265 Fall 07 November 1 2007 Lab 7 The...

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IOE 265 – Fall 07 November 1, 2007 Note: Please make sure you type in your answers in the spaces provided and submit this file electronically via the CTools website under Assignments. Save this file as ‘ uniqname _lab_7’ with your own uniqname. This short assignment will evaluate your understanding of the Central Limit Theorem. To do it, you’ll need to download the data file “Lab_7_Data.xls.” In the file “Lab_7_Data.xls,” the first three worksheets contain data organized in 100 batches (the number of columns) of size 1000 (the length of each column). Each dataset comes from a different distribution. The .pdf file “Lab_7_Distributions” shows the probability density function for each distribution, as well as its population mean and standard deviation. Your task is to complete the table and answer the questions below by doing the following: 1. Find the average of each row of the first n = 5 columns of data for each distribution.

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