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# Constructing Normal Quantité Plots. In Exercises, use the

## Problem 17BSC Chapter 6.6

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Problem 17BSC

Constructing Normal Quantité Plots. In Exercises, use the given data values to identify the corresponding z scores that are used for a normal quantile plot, then identify the coordinates of each point in the normal quantile plot. Construct the normal quantile plot, then determine whether the data appear to be from a population with a normal distribution.

Braking Distances A sample of braking distances (in feet) measured under standard conditions for a sample of large cars from Data Set 14: 139, 134, 145, 143, 131.

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Step 1 of 1 :

Given Braking Distances A sample of braking distances (in feet) measured under standard conditions for a sample of large cars from Data Set 14:

139, 134, 145, 143, 131.

First sort the data by arranging the values in order from lowest  to highest.

131,134,139,143,145

 x-values 131 134 139 143 145

Here n = 5

Then we have to identify the cumulative areas to the left of the corresponding values.

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