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. Without referring to Theorem 5.3.8, prove part (a) of Corollary 5.3.9: Ifis a finite

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. Without referring to Theorem 5.3.8, prove part (a) of Corollary 5.3.9: Ifis a finite pairwise disjoint family of denumerable sets,then is countable.

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o -= .2 o  o z .10  the RBA up to here is .4000 = 1.28 o confidence interval is -1.29 ≤ z ≤ 1.28 - We want to derive the 1-confidence interval for ��� based on a SRS of n elements with n≥30 o = confidence level = given o by definition z we are 1-confident that 1- z ≤ z ≤...

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. Without referring to Theorem 5.3.8, prove part (a) of Corollary 5.3.9: Ifis a finite

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