Problem 53E

Suppose that X and Y have a bivariate normal distribution with

Determine the following:

Section 2.4 David Holmes STAT 250 FEB 8 Summarizing Categorical Distributions Mode and Variability in Categorical Distributions Describing Categorical Distributions Describing a Categorical Distribution Recall: To describe a numerical distribution, we record shape, center, and spread. Since categorical data values has no inherent order, these measures do not make sense for categorical data. Two Main Components of a Categorical Distribution • Mode (typical, or most frequent, outcome) – category that occurs most frequently. E.g. color of hair • Variability (or diversity in outcomes). Mode Mode: The category that occurs the m