See attached file for full problem description.

Five bundles of pencils contain the quantities shown at the right.

How many different samples of 2 bundles each are there?

List all possible samples of size 2 and compute the mean of each sample.

Calculate the population mean and compare it to the mean of the sampling distribution.

Chapter 8 Assignment

Bundle Number

of pencils

1 10

2 6

3 10

4 11

5 12

12. Five bundles of pencils contain the quantities shown at the right.

a. How many different samples of 2 bundles each are there?

b. List all possible samples of size 2 and compute the mean of each

sample.

Sample

Number

Bundle Total

Pencils Mean Number

of Pencils

c. Calculate the population mean and compare it to the mean of the

sampling distribution.

PAGE 154

Sampling Methods and Chapter 8

The Central Limit Theorem

a.

c.

Five bundles of pencils contain the quantities shown at the right.

How many different samples of 2 bundles each are there?

List all possible samples of size 2 and compute the mean of each sample.

Calculate the population mean and compare it to the mean of the sampling distribution.

Chapter 8 Assignment

Bundle Number

of pencils

1 10

2 6

3 10

4 11

5 12

12. Five bundles of pencils contain the quantities shown at the right.

a. How many different samples of 2 bundles each are there?

b. List all possible samples of size 2 and compute the mean of each

sample.

Sample

Number

Bundle Total

Pencils Mean Number

of Pencils

c. Calculate the population mean and compare it to the mean of the

sampling distribution.

PAGE 154

Sampling Methods and Chapter 8

The Central Limit Theorem

a.

c.

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