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Question 2: |10 Marks You are a consultant assisting a crop scientist in understanding the grain characteristics of peanuts. For each plot under study, at the end of the season, you record, X1=Yield plot weight (kg), X2=Sound mature kernels (gms). You stored the data as esv file in a safe location, however due to a cyber-attack, the original data is lost. Fortunately you have a print copy of mean (44, & ) and variance (0,0%) for each measurements, and the correlation (p) between them. You also notice that the crop scientist prefers to use pounds as the unit of measurement instead of kg, where 1 pound is equal to 0.4535 kilograms. What is the best way of assisting the crop scientist in this adverse situation, by presenting the mean, variances and correlation between measurements?
Glven data; y where I pound = 0:4535 kilograns sát is given that we have lost teh original data and only a print copy of mean, variance and the correlation are available =) from central tendency theory, we know that variance and covariance.. is invariant locations and the mean and standard deviation affected by scale - The mean will change as. per. scale ine, if each observation is multiplied by same quantity. & the mean will in this case, the weight în kilograms will be converted to pounds the value for mean and standard deviation will change. COV(x14) VUCx) * v(4) The numerator change since converted to pounds and denominator also same effect and hence cancelled and the correlation doesn't change The correlation coefficient p in the print out gms Mean of x 2 pounds mean ofy 0:4539) ix=1 gms standard deviation of x 0 g *=441 4 = 42