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Unformatted text preview: ox = 2.87/sqrt(65) = 0.355979688 (65  64.1) / .356 = 2.52808989 2.53 ~ .9943 1 .9943 = .0057 u = 53000 Q = 800 n = 100 Qx = 800 / sqrt(100) = 80 (5272853000)/80 = 3.4 = .0012 (52 728  53 000) / 800 = 0.34...
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This note was uploaded on 12/30/2009 for the course MATH 1410 taught by Professor Vergo during the Spring '09 term at Metropolitan Community College Omaha.
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 Statistics, Standard Deviation

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