Quiz7Solutions1 - Statistics Quiz#7 Chapters 11 and 12 1...

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Statistics Quiz #7: Chapters 11 and 12 1. Suppose there is a baseball player who is having a great season and hits a home run once in every 4 at bats. Design a simulation to estimate how many times this baseball player needs to be at bat in order to get 2 home runs. Explain exactly how you would perform the simulation, how many times you would simulate and what you would do with your results to estimate the answer to the question. @$ain. kep dvawinq this manner unh\ w ch- fl card twice (making2 hme vur5). ww we cf,r&~ hu'ce, WSho dd wcovd +,a btd # of he^ W& iflod bd V!C~~U bebve tte hru\Le. $ettt'n.?J CJ (%is is + of at bat51 71uo U30Jd. hevd& 5muiation- hen &on W\m times ( 20 fimd is irep~d Xe g\md pmbb\y ogod enough), AFW fn@ U> g~,bQo~, * auaws ihu\ti\.w ogt 2m car& csnullerm tt.a
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2. Identify the population, population parameter of interest, the sampling fiame, sample, an example of a statistic, the sampling method (including if it's random) and any potential sources of bias you can detect ' and any problems you see in
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2011 for the course STA 215 taught by Professor Tba during the Spring '08 term at Grand Valley State.

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Quiz7Solutions1 - Statistics Quiz#7 Chapters 11 and 12 1...

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