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How many comparisons are made by the recursive method search described in Part b of the

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How many comparisons are made by the recursive method search described in Part b of the previous exercise when searching the array in Figure 18-6 for 8 and for 16?

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MODULE 4 ARTICLE I. INFERENCE FOR POPULATION MEANS 1) Confidence Intervals a. We can find confidence intervals of two differencesample means 2) Known Population Variances a. Let X and Y be to independent binomial random variables. b. A 100(1-α)% CI for the difference of the two meansfrom each random variable is: 3) Unknown population variance a. t-value is used 4) Large sample confidence intervals for two population proportions a. Let X and Y be to independent binomial random variables. b. Proportion p is the number of successes/n ̃ c. Let n =nx+2x d. Let p =(x+1)/ n x e. The CI is the

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