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Archaeology: Ceramics Wind Mountain is an archaeological

Understandable Statistics | 9th Edition | ISBN: 9780618949922 | Authors: Charles Henry Brase, Corrinne Pellillo Brase ISBN: 9780618949922 213

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Archaeology: Ceramics Wind Mountain is an archaeological study area located in southwestern New Mexico. Potsherds are broken pieces of prehistoric Native American clay vessels. One type of painted ceramic vessel is called Mimbres classic black-on-white. At three different sites, the number of such sherds was counted in local dwelling excavations. (Source: Based on information from Mimbres Mogollon Archaeology, by A. I. Woosley and A. J. McIntyre, University of New Mexico Press.) Site I Site II Site III 61 25 12 34 18 36 25 54 69 12 67 27 79 18 55 14 20 Shall we reject or not reject the claim that there is no difference in population mean Mimbres classic black-on-white sherd counts for the three sites? Use a 1% level of significance

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STP 231 lectures covering 2.1­2.4 I.) 2.1 section about variables. Variables are things that are a part of your study that can be defined. Upper case letters represent the definition of the variable, which could be height, gender, number of home runs, etc. Lower case letters represent values of the variable, which could be six foot tall, number of males, 200 home runs, etc. A. Numeric variable: the variables take on numbers, its quantitative. i. Discrete: a numerical variable with a limit. Like the number of seats in a stadium. ii. Continuous variable: a numerical variable without a limit. Like a measurement be

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