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2/10/2018 Quiz 6, WINTER 18: MATH&107 W18 6561 - MATH IN SOCIETY 3/9 A±empt History Attempt Time Score LATEST Attempt 1 19 minutes 30 out of 40 Score for this attempt: 30 out of 40 Submitted Feb 10 at 10:17pm This attempt took 19 minutes. immediately and document everything in an e-mail to me. I may not be able to provide immediate assistance, but as long as you provide visual proof of your difficulty, some grade-point exceptions can be made on a case- by-case basis. ~ Prof. G Take the Quiz Again 0 / 5 pts Question 1 State whether you think the difference between what occurred and what you would expect by chance is statistically significant.
2/10/2018 Quiz 6, WINTER 18: MATH&107 W18 6561 - MATH IN SOCIETY 4/9 34 of the 220 suicide cases occurred on a Monday. Statistically significant You Answered You Answered Not statistically significant Correct Answer Correct Answer 5 / 5 pts Question 2 Find the margin of error for the survey results described.

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• Fall '17
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• Math, Statistics, Quiz, 6, 107, Decimal, 0.1%, 2.5%, 1.2%, 5.0%

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