T E X A S A & M U N I V E R S I T YDEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGTEXAS A&M UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE STATION, TX 77843-3123979 845 1251FAX 979 845 30811 of 17R. Langari, 9/10/10Statistical Data Analysis, Part IIProblem: Consider the 200 point data set below (similar to that in Asgt #2). a. Compute the averages and standard deviations of the 1-10, 11-20, 21-30, ... 191-200.b. Compute the first 10, the first 20, and the first 30, , and finally all 200 data points.129.55229.78329.67430.44529.99630.16730.19829.54930.011029.931129.861230.311329.741430.281529.771629.751730.141829.711930.3118230.0618329.8418430.3618530.0518629.6118730.4218829.6418930.2419029.7319129.9419229.7619330.0919429.6419529.5219629.7419729.8719829.9219930.3520029.63…T E X A S A & M U N I V E R S I T YDEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGTEXAS A&M UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE STATION, TX 77843-3123979 845 1251FAX 409 845 30812 of 17Statistical Data Analysis, Part IIR. Langari, 9/10/10Problem...•Let us compute the averages and standard deviations of the first 10, 20, 30, , and finally all 200 data points. The results are shown in the table belowFirst 10First 20First 30First 40First 5029.9229.9429.9029.9429.980.29380.27390.24940.25250.2575First 60First 70First 80First 90First 10029.9729.9629.9429.9629.960.25360.24490.24840.25980.2704First 110First 120First 130First 140First 15029.9529.9529.9529.9629.950.27110.27910.28030.28160.2792First 160First 170First 180First 190First 20029.9629.9529.9529.9529.940.28180.28010.28000.28120.2798…
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