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Problem 4.1

The probability distribution of X, the number of imperfections per 10 meters of a synthetic fabric in continuous rolls of uniform width, is given in Exercise 3.13 on page 92 as x 01234 f(x) 0.41 0.37 0.16 0.05 0.01 Find the average number of imperfections per 10 meters of this fabric.

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* Descriptive statistics * summarize/organize scores from a research study * “Just the facts” approach * Inferential statistics * Draw conclusions/make inferences that go beyond the scores from a research study * Require computations, assumptions, and interpretations * Central Tendency * most “typical” or common score...

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