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The pdf of X is f(x) = x1, 0 < x < 1, 0 << . Let Y = 2 ln X. How is Y distributed

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The pdf of X is f(x) = x1, 0 < x < 1, 0 << . Let Y = 2 ln X. How is Y distributed?

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Population is the entire collection of items of interest Parameter is a numerical value associated with population Census is a measurement obtained by every unit in a population Sample is a small part of the population meant to show patterns of the whole population Simple Random Sample (SRS) everyone has en equal chance of being selected for a sample Self Selected Sample (volunteer sample) you chose to participate Statistic is a piece of data from a study of a quantity of numerical data Sampling error is an error that comes from a random fluctuation Non-sampling error is when data is collected, recorded or analyzed incorrectly Types of variable 1. Qualitative or categorical (non numerical data) a. Nominal- 2 or more categories with no intrinsic ordering to the

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