Michael Short Stats Lab Week 6

Michael Short Stats Lab Week 6 - Michael Short 803781208...

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Michael Short 803781208 Dis 2B Week 6 Lab Hot Hand Question 1 The distribution for Kobe Bryant’s actual streak lengths from the 2009 NBA Finals was unimodal and right skewed with the typical streak length being 0. The longest shooting streak Kobe had was 4. Question 2 You would fill in 9 shots in the hit category and 11 shots in the miss category, making it so that Kobe hits 45% of his shots as he does in real life.
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Question 3 In my simulated shooting streak Kobe made only one shot before missing, meaning he had a shooting streak of 1. My neighbor on the other hand had a shooting streak of 2. My neighbor might have a different shooting streak than the one I simulated due to the fact that it appears that each shot is independent from prior shots meaning that every shot has a 45% chance of going in. Having a different streak simply means that the 45% chance was hit more than once in a row, which makes complete sense. The length of my simulated streak does not surprise me, due to the fact that he only made one before
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course STATS 10 taught by Professor Ioudina during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.

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