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Unformatted text preview: 2. Make a series of repeat trials, each consisting of picking 10 random samples (always with replacement) from the population of numbers provided (see your e-mail). Take the mean of each 10 random samples. Each time cumulate the sample with all previous ones, plot a histogram, nd the mean value, the variance, and guess the underlying population distribution. Stop when you think you have enough information to infer the population content. Now, take the whole population provided and do the same. Compare and comment. Examine all of your results from a Central Limit Theorem perspective. (80%)...
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- Fall '08