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# GIVEN: Consider the following data (which is also the data that you will be using in...

 GIVEN: Consider the following data (which is also the data that you will be using in Problem #7 below): 26, 25, 35, 34, 27, 31, 25
 (a) If you were to construct a normal probability plot by hand for the above data, what are the numerical values (in order) of the first five numbers that would go on the x-axis? Separate your answers with a comma. For example, if your data was the same as the data in the first example in Section 5.7 of the textbook, then you would enter the following numbers from Step a into the answer box (note that spaces don't matter): 66.2, 67.6, 68.7, 70.8, 71.7 ANSWER: 25,25,26,27,31
 (b) QUESTION: If you were to construct a normal probability plot by hand for the above data, what are the numerical values (in order) of the first five numbers that would go on the y-axis? Separate your answers with a comma. For example, if your data was the same as the data in the first example in Section 5.7 of the textbook, then you would enter the following numbers from Step c (note that spaces don't matter): −1.28, −0.52, 0, 0.52, 1.28 ANSWER: I DONT KNOW. HELP PLEASE

 rank,i (i-0.5)/n z score data 1 0.071429 -1.47 25 2 0.214286 -0.79 25 3 0.357143 -0.37 26 4 0.5 0.00 27 5 0.642857 0.37 31 6 0.785714 0.79 34 7 0.928571 1.47 35

a) 25,25,26,27,31

b) -1.47 , -0.79 , -0.37 , 0.00 , 0.37

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