hw3 - Note that we define σ 2 = 1 N ∑ N i =1 y i-¯ y U...

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STAT 4/6240, Fall 2010 HW3, will not be collected I have attached scanned pages from the book by Scheaffer et al. I have marked a few problems in these scanned pages. 1. Problem 3.16, Scheaffer et al. . This problem is related to my comments in the first paragraph of page 15 of my Chapter Two notes. Please note that in place of ˆ τ , I used ˆ t in my notes. 2. Problem 4.2, Scheaffer et al.
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Unformatted text preview: . Note that we define σ 2 = 1 N ∑ N i =1 ( y i-¯ y U ) 2 . 3. Problem 4.3, Scheaffer et al. . We have defined s 2 in the class (and notes), and σ 2 is defined above. 4. Problem 4.11, Scheaffer et al. 5. Problem 3, Lohr, p. 62, 2nd ed. 6. Problem 4, Lohr, p. 62, 2nd ed. (Problem 3, Lohr, p. 52, 1st ed ed.) 7. Problem 5, Lohr, p. 62, 2nd ed....
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