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    Who has finished their edexcel statistics CW i havent and im really worried, one of the worst course works ive EVER done ...please anyone give me ideas of what i can do ...im in like the worst position at the moment i have no idea on what 3 interlinked hypothesis i can do on books with A* methods for each ??? Pleaseee help
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    Who has finished their edexcel statistics CW i havent and im really worried, one of the worst course works ive EVER done ...please anyone give me ideas of what i can do ...im in like the worst position at the moment i have no idea on what 3 interlinked hypothesis i can do on books with A* methods for each ??? Pleaseee help
    You could test if the number of pages in books is normally distributed
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    (Original post by I_Mir)
    You could test if the number of pages in books is normally distributed
    how would i represent the data and what calculations can i do for it?please give show me through steps
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    (Original post by malaikaxx)
    how would i represent the data and what calculations can i do for it?please give show me through steps
    You should know this already; Its basic Statistical knowledge. If your serious about getting a good grade I suggest you revise!

    You should use a histogram and you will need to calculate the mean and standard deviation if your going to test it for normalness.
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    You should know this already; Its basic Statistical knowledge. If your serious about getting a good grade I suggest you revise!

    You should use a histogram and you will need to calculate the mean and standard deviation if your going to test it for normalness.
    could you please give me another hypothesis similar to this one please? Thank you very much for that btw
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    You should know this already; Its basic Statistical knowledge. If your serious about getting a good grade I suggest you revise!

    You should use a histogram and you will need to calculate the mean and standard deviation if your going to test it for normalness.
    Have you done this cw before?
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    could you please give me another hypothesis similar to this one please? Thank you very much for that btw
    Your welcome. I cant give you another hypithesis as YOUR controlled assesment should be YOUR own work. However, I suggest you do another hypothesis that collects data presentable in a box plot and anothrr that presents data in a scatter diagram. With scatter diagrams you can also use SRCC as an addition that shows the strength of correlation
 
 
 
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