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# When using technology, take screenshots to show all input and output. Failure to show input and output will result in loss of credit. Use Data Set 45 (Births in New York) and regard...

When using technology, take screenshots to show all input and output. Failure to show input and

output will result in loss of credit. Use Data Set 45 (Births in New York) and regard this data set of birth

weights in grams as a population. Use a random number generator to select a sample of size 35 from

this data set. Do the following:

1.

List the sample data generated by the random number generator.

2.

Construct a frequency distribution for this sample using 5 classes. Does this frequency

distribution show a normal distribution? Why or why not?

3.

Construct a histogram for this sample.

4.

Construct a relative frequency distribution for this sample using 5 classes.

5.

Construct a relative frequency histogram for this sample.

6.

Construct a pie graph for this sample (read Section 2.3).

7.

Construct a cumulative frequency distribution.

8.

Compute the mean of the sample.

9.

Compute the mean of the population using technology.

10.

Compute the standard deviation of the sample.

11.

Construct a boxplot for the sample data.

12.

Construct a modified boxplot for the sample data

Answered 5 days After Feb 02, 2023

## Solution

Monica answered on Feb 07 2023
Group Project 1 â€“ Group 5 (Alyssa Washington, Rudiana Jasmin, Damia Woolcock, Axel Brioso, Deontae Charite, Diego Chavez)
The following assignment is extra credit. It is due by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, Fe
uary 12, and must be submitted on Blackboard as a pdf file. Late assignments will not be accepted. There is to be only one submission per group. The group must also informally present the pdf to the class on Monday, Fe
uary 13, in order to receive credit. You may use your groupmates, the instructor, Excel, StatCrunch, a graphing calculator, and the Math Learning Center to complete this assignment. This assignment is worth 12 points total and is receivable by participating group members only. If a group member does not participate, do not write his or her name on the pdf file. (Every group member listed on the submitted pdf file will receive the points that the group is awarded.) Each problem is worth 1 point each.
When using technology, take screenshots to show all input and output. Failure to show input and output will result in loss of credit. Use Data Set 45 (Births in New York) and regard this data set of birth weights in grams as a population. Use a random number generator to select a sample of size 35 from this data set. Do the following:
1. List the sample data generated by the random number generator.
Â· Construct a frequency distribution for this sample using 5 classes. Does this frequency distribution show a normal distribution? Why or why not?
Â· Determine the class width (h) by dividing the range (maximum value - minimum value) by the...
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