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Refer to Exercise 2.13.a. Use the data entry method in your scientificcalculator to

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Refer to Exercise 2.13.a. Use the data entry method in your scientificcalculator to enter the five measurements. Recall the proper memories to find the sample mean andstandard deviation.b. Verify that the calculator provides the same valuesfor x and s as in Exercise 2.13, parts a and c.

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Author: William Mendenhall Robert J. Beaver, Barbara M. Beaver
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Refer to Exercise 2.13.a. Use the data entry method in your scientificcalculator to