Computing Assignment 1 F10

Computing Assignment 1 F10 - n as its left-most column. The...

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AMS 315 Data Analysis Fall Semester, 2010 Computing Assignment 1 is due on Thursday, September 23, 2010. Students whose Stony Brook University ID number ends in 1 or 2 must analyze data files P1_A12 and P1_B12. Students whose Stony Brook University ID number ends in 3 or 4 must analyze data files P1_A34 and P1_B34. Students whose Stony Brook University ID number ends in 5 or 6 must analyze data files P1_A56 and P1_B56. Students whose Stony Brook University ID number ends in 7or 8 must analyze data files P1_A78 and P1_B78. Students whose Stony Brook University ID number ends in 9 or 0 must analyze data files P1_A90 and P1_B90. Each data file (for example, P1_A12) has the integers from 1 to
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Unformatted text preview: n as its left-most column. The next eight columns contain eight independent random samples. Each sample is scaled to have arithmetic mean 1500 and estimated standard deviation 100. Four of the columns are samples from a normally distributed random variable, and four are from some other distribution. The other random variable is a skewed distribution in the A file and is a symmetric distribution in the B file. Your assignment is to state the tests of normality that you have chosen to use, to report the values of the common tests for each of the eight samples in the data file, and to select the four that you believe come from a normal distribution....
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2010 for the course AMS 315 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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