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Refer to Exercise 11. An assignable cause was found forthe unusually high sample average

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Refer to Exercise 11. An assignable cause was found forthe unusually high sample average refractive index onday 22. Recompute control limits after deleting the datafrom this day. What do you conclude?

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Chapter 1: Controlled Experiments Monday, August 21, 2017 11:53 AM Statistics: science of learning from data - Collecting - Organizing, summarizing, visualizing, analyzing - Modeling the process creates data - Drawing inferences about a big population by observing only part of it (ex: Election poll) Providesscientific support ^one of the most importantparts of stats 4 Essential Statistics Concepts: The First Statistics Concept: Collecting Data 1. Data Collection - There has to be collectiondone through proper methods, otherwise there's no value Controlled Experiments: - Goal: does a certain treatment has an effect on a certain response

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Textbook: Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences
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Author: Jay L. Devore
ISBN: 9781305251809

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Refer to Exercise 11. An assignable cause was found forthe unusually high sample average