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NormmodulxEE 2022-12-05

In most cases,_____variables are not considered to be equal unless they are exactly the same.

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ramirezherePYM 2022-12-01

$3+3x3-3+3=?$What is the right answer and how?

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Karissa David 2022-11-29

What is the simplified form of the following expression assuming all variables are non-zero values? $\frac{(X\times Y)}{X}\times \frac{Z}{Y}=$

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Kierra Griffith 2022-11-29

We need to determine whether the variable is qualitative or quantitative. The mpg a car gets while driving on the highway Is the variable qualitative or quantitative?

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powerinojSs 2022-11-25

A variable whose scope is restricted to the method where it was declared is known as $a(n)$

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Rosemary Chase 2022-11-14

What does qualitative, quantitative data, discrete, and continuous mean?

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Glori Angel Juniati Sitorus2022-10-30

1. In a poker hand consisting of 5 cards, find the probability of holding

a) 3 aces

b) 4 hearts and 1 club

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U lekha2022-10-19

Escobar et al. (A-3) performed a study to validate a translated version of the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index (WOMAC) questionnaire used with Spanish-speaking patients with hip or knee osteoarthritis. For the 76 women classified with severe hip pain, the ob golaiD :x :dnammoc noisseS Stat Basic Statistics 1-Sample t MTB > TTEST 34.5 C1 Type C1 in Samples in columns. Type 34.5 in the Test mean box. Click OK . Output: One-Sample T: C1 TEST OF MU 34.5 VS NOT 34.5 VARIABLE N MEAN STDEV SE MEAN 95% CI T P C1 15 33.7980 0.6303 0.1627 (33.4490, 34.1470) 4.31 0.001 FIGURE 7.2.6 MINITAB procedure and output for Example 7.2.5. EXERCISES 233 3GC07 11/24/2012 14:19:29 Page 234 WOMAC mean function score (on a scale from 0 to 100 with a higher number indicating less function) was 70.7 with a standard deviation of 14.6. We wish to know if we may conclude that the mean function score for a population of similar women subjects with severe hip pain is less than 75. Let a ¼ :01.

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ONKAR SINGH2022-10-14

Q3. Let X be a normal distribution random variable with mean 9 and variance 16. Find the 25th percentile of X.

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charlygyloavao9 2022-09-07

How do you evaluate $3{x}^{2}-2x+1$ given x=-2, y=-3, z=5?

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Hudson Bullock 2022-08-22

How do you combine like terms of -10+7x+24-2x?

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Tamara Anthony 2022-08-21

What is the degree, type, leading coefficient, and constant term of $g(x)=3{x}^{4}+3{x}^{2}-2x+1$?

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lo3ramd 2022-08-19

How do you identify the terms, like terms, coefficients and constants in each expression: -5x+4-x-1?

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Asher Kaufman 2022-08-19

How to tell the difference between discrete or continuous random variables given the weight of bags of apples, with 20 apples in a bag?

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Brandon Monroe 2022-08-17

Give an example of each: continuous data and discrete data.

The descriptive statistics should start with the categorization as you work. Some types of variables in statistics include independent, dependent, categorical, and continuous types among others. If you want to work with equations, you should focus on controlled, moderator, or intervening types of statistics. The most important is exploring the answers to the questions that are based on the types of equations with variables, so you can see the major differences and switch from one method to another for your descriptive or calculation purposes. Take your time and see the answers in detail as you work on your statistical data.