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    As anyone I've spoken to about this knows, I'm hopeless with statistics. How do I do this question? In particular e - l TeeEm (this can be a great addition to your resources) Indeterminate (I'm using the maths forum )

    To anyone else, I don't appreciate condescending responses like "do you expect me to post the solution for you?"
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    As anyone I've spoken to about this knows, I'm hopeless with statistics. How do I do this question? In particular e - l TeeEm (this can be a great addition to your resources) Indeterminate (I'm using the maths forum )

    To anyone else, I don't appreciate condescending responses like "do you expect me to post the solution for you?"
    tomorrow afternoon I can
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    I can post the working out for part a), and that might help you out to work the other sums?
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    I can post the working out for part a), and that might help you out to work the other sums?
    It would be helpful if you explained the method instead as full solutions aren't permitted
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    As anyone I've spoken to about this knows, I'm hopeless with statistics. How do I do this question? In particular e - l TeeEm (this can be a great addition to your resources) Indeterminate (I'm using the maths forum )

    To anyone else, I don't appreciate condescending responses like "do you expect me to post the solution for you?"
    for e) on the very top line you are told the distribution of the weight of an individual potato and beside it you have the distribution for the mean weight of a sample of n potatoes, you know sigma and n so just plug the values into the two distributions and compare standard deviations
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    It would be helpful if you explained the method instead as full solutions aren't permitted
    Well I was going to write next to each step how I got to that stage, so k.
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    tomorrow afternoon I can
    No problem 😊
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    No problem 😊
    my pleasure
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    I can post the working out for part a), and that might help you out to work the other sums?
    I got out a - d already
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    TeeEm, hope you didn't forget me
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    TeeEm, hope you didn't forget me
    what seems to be the problem?
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    what seems to be the problem?
    You said you were gonna do the question this afternoon.

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    You said you were gonna do the question this afternoon.

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    I said I will help ... not do (this question is of little personal interest as Stats is not my thing)
 
 
 
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