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Unformatted text preview: obtained independently, each of size N = 50 . 1. For the (i) data sets, determine and plot the means and variances, as functions of N . Discuss. 2. From the results in 1, estimate the population mean ( ), and standard deviation ( ). Plot the sampling distribution of the means ( M ) for N = 50 . 3. Take the sampling distribution you just did, and check it against the data in set (ii). Comment. 4. Use all the data in (ii) to construct an approximate, discrete probability distribution of the population. Then use the data sets in (i) to examine how the frequency of a particular event (your choice) behaves in light of the First Limit Theorem....
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