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The length (in pages) of math research projects is given below. Using this information, calculate the mean and the standard deviation regarding the data set as a sample.
sample mean =
sample standard deviation =
Now use the same data set, but this time regard it as a population. Calculate the mean and the standard deviation.
population mean =
population standard deviation =
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Problem 10. (10 points) The length (in pages) of math research projects is given below. Using...
1 point) The length (in pages) of math research projects is given below. Using this information, calculate the mean and the standard deviation regarding the data set as a sample. 33, 17, 18, 19, 24, 30, 17, 21, 14 sample mean sample standard deviation Now use the same data set, but this time regard it as a population. Calculate the mean and the standard deviation. population mean population standard deviation
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