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FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.tutorialoutlet.com Assignment 1: Answering Questions about Probability Using Z Scores One way to use the second proportion of each z score as a p value is when comparing databases to see if a data point is more likely in one than the other. To see how this works, generate a second normal distribution and compare the p values of the same data points as above (33, 35, 43, 22, 17) when Âµ = 25 and Ïƒ = 5 in Figure 2 to the p values they take on when Âµ = 25 and Ïƒ = 8 (same mu, different sigma).

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### STA 2023 generate a third distribution Invent Youself/tutorialoutletdotcom

FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT

www.tutorialoutlet.com

STA 2023 generate a third distribution Invent Youself/tutorialoutletdotcom

STA 2023 generate a third distribution, but this time reduce the scatter of data: µ = 25 and σ = 2.

FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT

www.tutorialoutlet.com

Assignment 1: Answering Questions about Probability Using Z Scores One way to use the second proportion of each z score as a p value is when comparing databases to see if a data point is more likely in one than the other.

To see how this works, generate a second normal distribution and compare the p values of the same data points as above