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Introductory Statistics (1st Edition)
Ch 6, Sec 6.1, Ex 6.1
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Chapter 6
Section 6.1: The Standard Normal Distribution
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Exercise 6.1
Exercise 6.2
Exercise 6.3
Exercise 6.4
Exercise 6.5
Exercise 6.6
Section 6.2: Using the Normal Distribution
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Exercise 6.7
Exercise 6.8
Exercise 6.9
Exercise 6.10
Exercise 6.11
Exercise 6.12
Section 6.3: Normal Distribution (Lap Times)
Collect the Data
Exercise 1
Exercise 2
Exercise 3
Exercise 4
Analyze the Data
Exercise 01
Exercise 02
Describe the Data
Exercise 01
Exercise 02
Exercise 03
Exercise 04
Exercise 05
Exercise 06
Exercise 07
Theoretical Distribution
Exercise 01
Exercise 02
Exercise 03
Exercise 04
Exercise 05
Exercise 06
Exercise 07
Discussion Questions
Exercise 01
Section 6.4: Normal Distribution (Pinkie Length)
Collect the Data
Exercise 1
Exercise 2
Exercise 3
Exercise 4
Analyze the Data
Exercise 03
Exercise 04
Describe the Data
Exercise 08
Exercise 09
Exercise 010
Exercise 011
Exercise 012
Exercise 013
Theoretical Distribution
Exercise 08
Exercise 09
Exercise 010
Exercise 011
Exercise 012
Exercise 013
Discussion Questions
Exercise 02
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PRACTICE
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HOMEWORK
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