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Solved: The California State University (CSU) system consists of 23campuses, from San

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Problem 6

The California State University (CSU) system consists of 23campuses, from San Diego State in the south to HumboldtState near the Oregon border. A CSU administrator wishes tomake an inference about the average distance between thehometowns of students and their campuses. Describe and discussseveral different sampling methods that might beemployed. Would this be an enumerative or an analyticstudy? Explain your reasoning

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Section 6: Statistics in Sports Stat 2220, Espey ➢ Random Variable: a variable with different outcomes that each assume a numerical value ○ Represented with Y ○ Discrete RV: countable ○ Continuous RV: measured on a continuous scale (decimals can be used) ➢ Binomial Random Variable: How many times one two possible outcomes occurs after a series of independent trials ○ Ex: When shooting a basketball, there are two outcomes: making the basket or missing it. We decide to count how many baskets are made after four shots (four independent trials). The binomial random variable Y is the amount of baskets made after these trials. ○ To find the probability of a value of Y

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Textbook: Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences
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Author: Jay L. Devore
ISBN: 9780538733526

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