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Problem 5 Assume that the normal random variables X1,X2, ..., X.“ of mean ,u and variance 0'2 are uncorrelated, i.e.,
oov(X.;,X — j) = 0, for all 1 S 1' 7E j S n. (This happens, e.g., if X1,X2,...,Xn are independent.) If
Sn = i 231 Xi is the average of the variables X — 2', 2' = 1 : n, show that: E[Sn] = p, and was“) = i. 71, Problem 6 This is a Matlab exercise. 1. Save the Excel file ”hw3.xlsx” from Blackboard or DEN in your MATLAB directory 2. Load the Excel file. Store the first column as a vector x and the second column as a vector y. 3. Using the Curve Fitting Tool, find a polynomial fit for y = f (2:) Check polynomial fits with degree 1
to 9 and find the one with the smallest RMSE. For step 2, use either the import tool or code. If you use the import tool, include a screenshot of it in your
solutions. If you use code, include the commands you had to use. For step 3, include a screen-shot of the Curve Fitting tool, as well as the polynomial fit you found. Note: The data represent the opening values for NASDAQ during the past year.

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