Let the distribution of Y be b(25, 1/2). Find the given probabilities in two ways: exactly, using Table II in Appendix B; and approximately, using the central limit theorem. Compare the two results in each of the three cases. (a) P(10 < Y 12). (b) P(12 Y < 15). (c) P(Y = 12).

2.1 Introduction I. Variables a. Two types i. Categorical: non numerically valued (qualitative) 1. EX: eye color, blood type, birth place 2. Ordinal: ranked categorical variable a. EX: grades (A, B, C,…) ii. Numeric: quantitative...