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Unformatted text preview: samples histogram will be? Why? Roughly symmetric & not unimodal b.) What should the center of your sample be? Why? 1/2 c.) What are the chances that an element of the population will be less that 0.25? 1/4 because P(x<.25) = d.) What are the chances that an element of the population will be less than or equal 0.25 1/4 e.) If you were to take bigger samples (i.e., of size 500 or 1000), what do you expect the shape of those samples histograms will be in comparison to the histogram in part (a) Closer to the symmetric f.) Do you expect to see a bell shaped histogram in part (a)? Why? No because its not unimodal g.) How many modes (ie peaks) does the density of a uniform population have? Zero h.) (minitab)...
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