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Problem Value Earned 1 20 20 2 20 20 3 20 20 4 20 20 5 20 18 Total 100 98 1) The Old Texas "Pick 6" Lottery, six numbers were chosen from a total of 54 withou This is equivalent to taking a random sample of size six from a population of size 54 without replacement. In the space below, construct such a random sample. Remember to "fix" your random numbers so that they do not keep changing before ta your sample. Show and annotate all your work. STEP 1 ASSIGN THE RANDOOM NUMBERS LIST RANDOM NUMBER 1 0.69 2 0.64 3 0.63 4 0.23 5 0.43 6 0.5 7 0.68 8 0.77 9 0.88 10 0.39 11 0.43 12 0.69 13 0.63 14 0.39 15 0.44 16 0.15 17 0.45 18 0.33 19 0.91 20 0.54 21 0.25 22 0.51 23 0.3 24 0.17 25 0.82 26 0.93 27 0.14 28 0.7 29 0.85 30 0.13 31 0.9 32 0.53

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33 0.77 34 0.53 35 0.76 36 0.2 37 0.02 38 0.43 39 0.97 40 0.9 41 0.82 42 0.4 43 0.59 44 0.45 45 0.79 46 0.03 47 0.6 48 0.24 49 0.36 50 0.5 51 0.78 52 0.61 53 0.02 54 0.08 STEP 2 FREEZE THE VALUES 1 0.95 2 0.61 3 0.75 4 0.79 5 0.85 6 0.45 7 0.11 8 0.57 9 0.93 10 0.4 11 0.97 12 0.81 13 0.86 14 0.44 15 0.6 16 0.93 17 0.32 18 0.03 19 0.33 20 0.16 21 0.71 22 0.58 23 0.44 24 0.15 25 0.52 26 0.75 27 0.66 28 0.46
29 0.45 30 0.18 31 0.61 32 0.77 33 0.64 34 0.53 35 0.11 36 0.69 37 0.21 38 0.74 39 0.91 40 0.17 41 0.01 42 0.85 43 1 44 0.02 45 0.62 46 0.7 47 0.61 48 0.66 49 0.12 50 0.11 51 0.85 52 0.32 53 0.78 54 0.99 STEP 3 SORTING THE NUMBERS BY RANDOM NUMBER VALUE 41 0.01 44 0.02 18 0.03 35 0.11 7 0.11 50 0.11 49 0.12 24 0.15 20 0.16 40 0.17 30 0.18 37 0.21 17 0.32 52 0.32 19 0.33 10 0.4 23 0.44 14 0.44 29 0.45 6 0.45 28 0.46 25 0.52 34 0.53 8 0.57

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22 0.58 15 0.6 2 0.61 47 0.61 31 0.61 45 0.62 33 0.64 27 0.66 48 0.66 36 0.69 46 0.7 21 0.71 38 0.74 3 0.75 26 0.75 32 0.77 53 0.78 4 0.79 12 0.81 42 0.85 51 0.85 5 0.85 13 0.86 39 0.91 16 0.93 9 0.93 1 0.95 11 0.97 54 0.99 43 1 THE 6 NUMBERS THAT WERE CHOSEN ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN THE PREVIOUS STEP
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2) The following data represents a random sample of the daily "annualized" rates of return (The "anualized rate" is the rate that would occur in a one year period if the daily rate were for an entire year). 8.43 8.83 5.11 8.60 4.77 8.36 3.80 7.11 5.57 5.56 6.65 6.06 4.49 5.70 2.64 5.75 4.07 3.46 6.25 6.04 5.68 3.78 8.38 9.37 4.80 5.32 6.91 9.36 7.36 5.35 7.34 5.79 6.13 3.97 6.98 3.31 8.07 8.00 5.64 8.86 9.36 4.17 8.74 4.24 8.54 4.27 4.45 4.89 4.81 6.53 4.91 7.44 10.18 0.99 3.88 4.99 3.66 0.57 5.26 3.68 5.92 6.14 4.65 3.66 6.95 6.62 7.47 2.39 6.14 5.59 4.38 7.06 1.57 4.32 5.52 7.40 8.13 12.66 8.81 7.78 a) Find the arithmetic mean of this data: 6.09 b) Find the median of this data: 6.05 c) Find the standard deviation of this data: 2.1 d) Construct a Histogram of this Data using intervals starting at 0 and increasing by 1 until th

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## This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course MIS 6312 taught by Professor Wiorkowski during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

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