2023 Project 2.docx - STA 2023 Elementary Statistics Project 2 Part 1 Empirical Probabilities You will need 100 randomly-generated integer numbers from

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STA 2023 Elementary Statistics Project 2Part 1: Empirical ProbabilitiesYou will need 100 randomly-generated integer numbers from 1 to 26 for Part 1. You will be using your calculator to generate the numbers. The following directions are for the TI-83 plus and the TI-84 plus calculators.I) Press the MATHkey and then use the right arrow key to get to PRB.II) Use the down arrow key to get to randInt( and then hit ENTERIII) Type in 1, 26. Enter a close parentheses ).IV) Hit ENTER and a random number between 1 and 26 will appear. If you continue to hit ENTER different random numbers will appear. Generate and record 100 random numbers. Use your 100 randomly-generated numbers to approximate the following probabilities. Do not use probability formulas. __________1) Getting the number 21 in one selection. __________2) Not getting the number 21 in one selection? What is this probability __________ called?__________3) Getting the number 7 or the number 10 in one selection.

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