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Prove that if 21 Un, then 41 (u+l - u_1); and similarly, if 3 I Un, then 91 (u+l - u_1)

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Prove that if 21 Un, then 41 (u+l - u_1); and similarly, if 3 I Un, then 91 (u+l - u_1).

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Normal Distribution If your graph is: 1. Unimodal 2. Symmetry 3. Bell Shape It is a normal distribution – mean s – standard deviation s^ 2– variance µ – mean σ – standard deviation σ^ 2– variance Total area under a normal distribution curve is 1! The standard normal distribution is used to compare two different data sets in a normalized curve....

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Textbook: Elementary Number Theory
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Author: Professor David Burton
ISBN: 9780073383149

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