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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    You haven't looked at your calendar, have you? :rolleyes:
    :mad2: :emo:

    But wait, I could be a joke moderator?!

    Another palindrome!
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    (Original post by Alonsy)
    like reporting people? :ahee:
    Aw hell naw, Alonsy strikes.
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    (Original post by sil3nt_cha0s)
    let's give it a rest now Ali babe :puppyeyes: bye! :ciao:
    I'm not your babe. :nah:
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    But wait, I could be a joke moderator?!

    Another palindrome!
    A jokerator :awesome:
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    (Original post by aliluvschoc)
    I'm not your babe.
    I know, I just felt like saying that.
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    (Original post by sil3nt_cha0s)
    A jokerator :awesome:
    Indeed!


    Supplying witty warnings and amusing alerts. :yep:
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    (Original post by + polarity -)

    Another palindrome!
    Do you know what a palindrome is?
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Do you know what a palindrome is?
    :beard: A word or number that reads the same when you read left-to-right and right-to-left?
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    Just in case anyone can help me work it out here; The IQ test scores are normally distributed with mean 100, standard deviation 20.

    the question is if the mean I.Q. score of a sample of 64 individuals from the new population is to be used to estimate the mean I.Q level in the population, how likely is it that the resulting estimate will lie within 2 units of the true value?

    If anyone has any clue that would be great, or I'll just take it to the maths or psychology forum.
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    (Original post by aliluvschoc)
    Just in case anyone can help me work it out here; The IQ test scores are normally distributed with mean 100, standard deviation 20.

    the question is if the mean I.Q. score of a sample of 64 individuals from the new population is to be used to estimate the mean I.Q level in the population, how likely is it that the resulting estimate will lie within 2 units of the true value?

    If anyone has any clue that would be great, or I'll just take it to the maths or psychology forum.
    http://www.mathsrevision.net/alevel/statistics/

    I've forgotten how to use stats tbh, that module betrayed me. Would that link be of any use to you?
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    http://www.mathsrevision.net/alevel/statistics/

    I've forgotten how to use stats tbh, that module betrayed me. Would that link be of any use to you?
    Hmm, the stats lecturer doesn't really explain the symbols and terms very well and all I have to go off is GCSE maths, in which I didn't do any stats. http://www.mathsrevision.net/alevel/pages.php?page=68I think that might be what I'm trying to do, but I'm not sure what to substitute into the equations.

    But thanks. =]
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    also, did you de-friend me on facebook? :eek:
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    Who's dupe is Alonsy? A mod's?
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    I never added you, :ta:

    You and your friends would probably prowl through all my posts and photos.
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    (Original post by aliluvschoc)
    Who's dupe is Alonsy? A mod's?
    No idea, he's just some legend* who appears once every few weeks.

    *
    In the pejorative sense.
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    (Original post by aliluvschoc)
    I never added you,

    You and your friends would probably prowl through all my posts and photos.
    they're not friends :no:
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    No idea, he's just some legend* who appears once every few weeks.

    *
    In the pejorative sense.
    Only posts and reports people on these threads. :curious: weird.
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    (Original post by aliluvschoc)
    Only posts and reports people on these threads. :curious: weird.
    Yeah.

    Bit late, but whose*. ← See, I'm mod material, me!
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    (Original post by sil3nt_cha0s)
    they're not friends :no:
    Look, it obviously was you, you were the only person to notice it, even when I hadn't, and do like discussing rep and what not.

    Best not add you in case you/friend gets a bee in your bonnet again. Unfortunately, I only got a alert. I'm not sure if that was the intention or not, but still, stop messing about.
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