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# Liberty’s nose Is the Statue of Liberty’s nose too long?

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Problem 21RE

Problem 21RE

Liberty’s nose Is the Statue of Liberty’s nose too long? Her nose measures 4’6”, but she is a large statue, after all. Her arm is 42 feet long. That means her arm is 42/45 = 9.3 times as long as her nose. Is that a reasonable ratio? Shown in the table are arm and nose lengths of 18 girls in a Statistics class, and the ratio of arm-to-nose length for each.

a) Make an appropriate plot and describe the distribution of the ratios.

b) Summarize the ratios numerically, choosing appropriate measures of center and spread.

c) Is the ratio of 9.3 for the Statue of Liberty unrealistically low? Explain.

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American Political Thought Week 3 (20 September and 23 September) Locke’s Second Treatise Chapter 8: The beginning of political societies Single body politic­consent to form community in which the majority act on behalf of the rest Majoritarian rule­ only possibility for united action (with one alternative of universal agreement) No point of becoming a part of society if someone is free of obligations as in the state of nature Individuals give up all power required to secure its purposes to the majority of the community Compact by just agreeing to unite into one political society Only beginning of lawful government is from the consent of free men Two objections History shows no examples of this beginning of governme

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