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(Solution document) Can you please make up your own normal distribution problem and find the area ( probability) between two independent variables. 2). Then obtain


Can you please make up your own normal distribution problem and find the area ( probability) between two independent variables. 2). Then obtain samples of size n from that population and find out the probability of a sample mean being less than some value. My examples follow.

1. A normally distributed population has a mean of 42 and a std dev of 5. Find P (40 < X < 45)

P (40

2. Now assume that samples of size 15 are obtained from that population and that a sample distribution is created. What is the probability that a sample mean would be less than 39? Remember that the mean is the best estimate of the sample mean. The std dev, however, of the new distribution is S/n^1/2 = 5/15^1/2 = 5/3.873 = 1.291.

P(x bar<39) = normdist(39,42,1.291,true) = .010

 







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