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Unformatted text preview: entering raw data consisting only of one variable (X). Let this data set have 40 observations, starting at -5 and increasing by 0.25 until reaching +5. Later, we will learn a shortcut way to do this, but, for now, just enter the data manually:-5 -4.75-4.5 . . . 4.75 5 ; C. Now, go back before your data was entered in your DATA step and in two statements, create constant values for SIGMA and MU. Let SIGMA=2 and MU=1. Also, in the same manner, create a new character variable called ITERATION which will always equal 'FIRST'. D. Run a PROC PRINT to check your data set. E. Now, enter the formula you designed in PART A after your assignment statements that you created in PART C. F. Run PROC PLOT or PROC GPLOT with X as your X-axis and Y as your Y-axis. Does the plot look as you expected? G. Go back and try entering different values of MU and SIGMA. What happens to your plot?...
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