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Problem 36

In Exercises 33 to 36, determine whether or not the conditions for using two-sample t procedures are metLong words Mary was interested in comparing themean word length in articles from a medical journaland an airlines in-flight magazine. She counted thenumber of letters in the first 400 words of an article inthe medical journal and in the first 100 words of an articlein the airline magazine. Mary then used Minitabstatistical software to produce the histograms shown.Note that J is for journal and M is for magazine.

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STAT 2004 Week 2 Lecture 4 Wed. 01/25/17 Causation: one variable causes or creates the change in another variable Simple random sample: all observations in the sample have equal chance of being selected Survey question: what is your weight (asking football team)  Create a sample frame: list of all potential...

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