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5.11 can be replaced by s. We will use normal distribution.
> 9.02 + c(-1, 1)*qnorm(0.95)*1.12/sqrt(40)
[1] 8.728717 9.311283
5.18 Since we have to use s to estimate , we wi
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1.) if a peanut M&M is chosen at random, the chances of it being of a particular color are shown in the
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Regression Analysis
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Poisson Distribution
* An rv is said to have a Poisson distribution if the pmf of X is
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8.6
(a) There seems to be a difference, possibly between device A and D.
(b) We reject the null hypothesis and conclude that there is difference among the means.
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STATISTICS 174: APPLIED STATISTICS
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STATISTICS 174: APPLIED STATISTICS
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you are expected to use your own ca
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2.9 Time magazine.
a. Average Class of 1924 Yalemans salary
b. Unlikely to produce a representative sample.
c. 1) Converage bias (unrepresentative sampling frame): administr
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Homework 8 Solution
5.25 They will need at least 1523 males. H0 : 15.
> type.two = function(n)cfw_
cutoff <- 15 + qnorm(0.95)*4/sqrt(n)
return(pnorm(cutoff, 15.3, 4/sqrt(n)
> uniroot(function(
STATISTICS 174: APPLIED STATISTICS
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DECEMBER 12, 2003
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This is an open book exam: all course notes and the text are allowed, and you are expected to
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