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# Statistics - 5.28 a. 3.8 +- .464 c. It is intended to give...

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Dustin Paluch Book Work, Chapter 5 Prof. Chittooran 5.4, 5.5, 5.25, 5.28, 5.70 5.4 a. 25.9 +- .784 b. 102 +- .65 c. 15 +- .0588 d. 4.05 +- .163 e. No it is not necessary 5.5 a. 26.2 +- .96 b. In repeated sampling, 95% of all confidence intervals constructed will include u. c. 26.2 +- 1.26 d. It increases e. Yes they would be valid. 5.25 a. 5 +- 1.876 b. 5 +- 2.394 c. 5+- 3.754 d. 5 +- .78, 5+- .94, 5+-1.28; decreased width

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Unformatted text preview: 5.28 a. 3.8 +- .464 c. It is intended to give the assurance that, if the statistical model is correct, then taken over all the data that was obtained, the procedure for constructing the interval would deliver a 90 % confidence interval that included the true value of the parameter the proportion of the time set by the confidence level. 5.70 271...
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## This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course DSIC 207 taught by Professor Thomaschittoran during the Spring '11 term at Saint Louis.

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Statistics - 5.28 a. 3.8 +- .464 c. It is intended to give...

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