In 29-38, plot each point. Then plot the point that is symmetric to it with respect to (a) the x-axis; (b) the y-axis; (c) the origin. ( -2, 1)

MAT 258 Gregory Schneider 1/28/2016 Class Notes This Covers: Section 8.1 o Sampling Distributions: sampling distributions of a statistic give the probability distribution of that statistic for a given sample size Sample size of 4 was taken from the …lass Name - Height A – 76” M – 71” R – 76” (Ex. of cluster sample) E – 66” Assume the population: { A,M,R,E } - Avg. height: µ = 289/4 = 72.25” (Population Q: How many mean) different samples of a size of 2 Order doesn’t matter