Central limit theorem for the sample proportion

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Central Limit Theorem for the Sample Proportion (Questions 5,6,7,8)5.First, let's identify the population proportion.If you roll a six-sided die, what proportion would you expect to come up 6? Write this as a fraction anda decimal.
6.Make a Simple dotplot of the sample proportionfor sample size n=5. Paste the graph here.a.What is the center of the data? b.What is the spread of the data (use range)?c.Describe the shape of the data.7.Make a Simple dotplot of the sample proportionfor sample size n=50. Paste the graph here. a.What is the center of the data? b.What is the spread of the data (use range)?c.Describe the shape of the data.8.Now we are going to make a Multiple dotplot for all 5 sample sizes using the Multiple Y'sSimple option. Paste the graph here and answer the 3 questions about the distribution ofthe sample proportion.a.How has the center changed as the sample size increased?b.How has the spread (range) changed as the sample size increased?c.How has the shape changed as the sample size increased?
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