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Chapter Eight Sampling
Submit copies of the graphical summary for each question.
This is an assignment dealing with verifying the idea of sampling distribution of the sample
mean, and demonstrating the Central Limit Theorem.
INSTRUCTIONS:
Access MINITAB; CALC>RANDOM DATA>
Enter the Population Distribution you wish to
sample;
for Example, Normal, Binomial, etc.
Number of rows of data to generate:
You will need to enter the number of times you need to
repeat the experiments mostly, 300 or more if you are using Minitab Student Version 14
otherwise 500 or more for Minitab Version 15 on campus.
Store in column(s)
You will need to enter something in the nature of C1 Cn where n is the
sample size.
If you sampled a Normal Population then
Mean:
Enter the mean of Population that you are sampling.
Standard deviation:
Enter the standard deviation of the Population that you are sampling.
OK
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2010 for the course MATH 246 taught by Professor Applebaugh during the Spring '10 term at University of Toronto Toronto.
 Spring '10
 Applebaugh
 Math, Statistics, Central Limit Theorem

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