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Here s some additional practice on Confidence Intervals. Please show how to calculate the two confidence intervals. Question #36 on page 312. From a random sample of 48 days in a recent year, U.S. gas

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How wide our confidence interval should be if we want our level of confidence to be 100%? Why?

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Find A The ycoordinate of the points on the graph 1/4 and 3/4 of the way between the consecutive asympotes are given by 1 and 1 respectively

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Consider the constants A, B, C and the function f(x, y) = Ax^2 + Bxy + Cy^2. S how that the only choice of coefficients A, B, C giving ^2f/ x^2+ ^2f/ y^2= 2, are A=1s2 B=s1 C=s2 where s1, s2 are arb

Let S be the set of the 50 United States. Which of these four binary relations on E is not an equivalence relation? (For the purposes of this question, "vowel" means "A, E, I, O, or U"} Select one: a.
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