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For the following situation, find the mean and standard deviation of the population. List all samples (with replacement) of the given size from that population and find the mean of each. Find the mean and standard deviation of the sampling distribution and compare them with the mean and standard deviation of the population. The word counts of five essays are 504, 629, 555, 607, and 580. Use a sample size of 2. The mean of the population is (Round to two decimal places as needed.) The standard deviation of the population is (Round to two decimal places as needed.) Identify all samples of size 2 with the correct accompanying means below. A. 580, 555, x = 567.5 B. 504, 555, x 529.5 C. 555, 629, x = 592 D. 555, 580, x = 567.5 E. 555, 607, x = 581 580, 623, x = 601.5 F. G. 607, 555, x 581 H. 580, 629, x = 604.5 st I. 580, 580, x 580 J. 629, 580, x = 604.5 K. 504, 607, x = 555.5 L. 607, 504, x= 555.5 ile stio M. 580, 607, x - 593.5 N. 629, 555, x = 592 O. 607, 607, x = 607 P. g Qu 629, 629, x= 629 Q. 504, 629, x = 566.5 R. 504, 580, x = 542 e- S. 607, 580, x = 593.5 629, 607, x= 618 T. U. 555, 504, x = 529.5 ered V. 607, 629, x 618 W. 555, 555, x 555 Z. 629, 504, x 566.5 X. 504, 504, x= 504 580, 504, x = 542 Y. 607, 629, x 551 ted Q The mean of the sampling distribution is (Round to two decimal nlaces as needed) Click to select your answer(s). ea way between two entries, use the z-score nairway between the corresponding z-scores. NOV T wX P 3 tv This Question: 1 pt 7 of 14 (8 complete) This Quiz: 14 pts possible For the following situation, find the mean and standard deviation of the population. List all samples (with replacement) of the given size from that population and find the mean of each. Find the mean and standard deviation of the sampling distribution and compare them with the mean and standard deviation of the population. The word counts of five essays are 504, 629, 555, 607, and 580. Use a sample size of 2. M. 580, 607, X = 593.5 N. 629, 555, x = 592 O. 607, 607, x= 607 P. 629, 629, x = 629 Q. 504, 629, x = 566.5 R. 504, 580, x = 542 S. 607, 580, x = 593.5 T. 629, 607, x = 618 U. 555, 504, x = 529.5 tio 607, 629, x = 618 W. 555, 555, x = 555 V. X. 504, 504, x 504 Y. 580, 504, x 542 607, 629, x 551 Z. 629, 504, x = 566.5 eft f on The mean of the sampling distribution is (Round to two decimal places as needed.) tThe standard deviation of the sampling distribution is ile (Round to two decimal places as needed.) tio Choose the correct comparison of the population and sampling distribution below. Q O A. The means are not equal and the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is larger. O B. The means are equal but the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is smaller. ed O C. The means are equal but the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is larger. O D. The means are not equal and the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is smaller. ed Q O E. The means and standard deviations are equal. ? ea Click to select your answer(s). Prive way between two entries, use the z-score nalrway between the corresponding z-scores. WXP NOV tv

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For the following situation, find the mean and standard deviation of the population. List all samples (with replacement) of the given size from that population and find the
mean of each. Find the mean and standard deviation of the sampling distribution and compare them with the mean and standard deviation of the population.
The word counts of five essays are 504, 629, 555, 607, and 580. Use a sample size of 2.
The mean of the population is
(Round to two decimal places as needed.)
The standard deviation of the population is
(Round to two decimal places as needed.)
Identify all samples of size 2 with the correct accompanying means below.
A.
580, 555, x = 567.5
B. 504, 555, x 529.5
C.
555, 629, x = 592
D.
555, 580, x = 567.5
E.
555, 607, x = 581
580, 623, x = 601.5
F.
G.
607, 555, x 581
H. 580, 629, x = 604.5
st
I.
580, 580, x 580
J.
629, 580, x = 604.5
K.
504, 607, x = 555.5
L. 607, 504, x= 555.5
ile
stio
M. 580, 607, x - 593.5
N. 629, 555, x = 592
O. 607, 607, x = 607
P.
g Qu
629, 629, x= 629
Q. 504, 629, x = 566.5
R. 504, 580, x = 542
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S. 607, 580, x = 593.5
629, 607, x= 618
T.
U. 555, 504, x = 529.5
ered V. 607, 629, x 618
W. 555, 555, x 555
Z. 629, 504, x 566.5
X. 504, 504, x= 504
580, 504, x = 542
Y.
607, 629, x 551
ted Q
The mean of the sampling distribution is
(Round to two decimal nlaces as needed)
Click to select your answer(s).
ea
way between two entries, use the z-score nairway between the corresponding z-scores.
NOV
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Transcribed Image Text:For the following situation, find the mean and standard deviation of the population. List all samples (with replacement) of the given size from that population and find the mean of each. Find the mean and standard deviation of the sampling distribution and compare them with the mean and standard deviation of the population. The word counts of five essays are 504, 629, 555, 607, and 580. Use a sample size of 2. The mean of the population is (Round to two decimal places as needed.) The standard deviation of the population is (Round to two decimal places as needed.) Identify all samples of size 2 with the correct accompanying means below. A. 580, 555, x = 567.5 B. 504, 555, x 529.5 C. 555, 629, x = 592 D. 555, 580, x = 567.5 E. 555, 607, x = 581 580, 623, x = 601.5 F. G. 607, 555, x 581 H. 580, 629, x = 604.5 st I. 580, 580, x 580 J. 629, 580, x = 604.5 K. 504, 607, x = 555.5 L. 607, 504, x= 555.5 ile stio M. 580, 607, x - 593.5 N. 629, 555, x = 592 O. 607, 607, x = 607 P. g Qu 629, 629, x= 629 Q. 504, 629, x = 566.5 R. 504, 580, x = 542 e- S. 607, 580, x = 593.5 629, 607, x= 618 T. U. 555, 504, x = 529.5 ered V. 607, 629, x 618 W. 555, 555, x 555 Z. 629, 504, x 566.5 X. 504, 504, x= 504 580, 504, x = 542 Y. 607, 629, x 551 ted Q The mean of the sampling distribution is (Round to two decimal nlaces as needed) Click to select your answer(s). ea way between two entries, use the z-score nairway between the corresponding z-scores. NOV T wX P 3 tv
This Question: 1 pt
7 of 14 (8 complete)
This Quiz: 14 pts possible
For the following situation, find the mean and standard deviation of the population. List all samples (with replacement) of the given size from that population and find the
mean of each. Find the mean and standard deviation of the sampling distribution and compare them with the mean and standard deviation of the population.
The word counts of five essays are 504, 629, 555, 607, and 580. Use a sample size of 2.
M. 580, 607, X = 593.5
N.
629, 555, x = 592
O. 607, 607, x= 607
P.
629, 629, x = 629
Q. 504, 629, x = 566.5
R. 504, 580, x = 542
S. 607, 580, x = 593.5
T.
629, 607, x = 618
U. 555, 504, x = 529.5
tio
607, 629, x = 618
W. 555, 555, x = 555
V.
X. 504, 504, x 504
Y. 580, 504, x 542
607, 629, x 551
Z.
629, 504, x = 566.5
eft f
on
The mean of the sampling distribution is
(Round to two decimal places as needed.)
tThe standard deviation of the sampling distribution is
ile
(Round to two decimal places as needed.)
tio
Choose the correct comparison of the population and sampling distribution below.
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O A. The means are not equal and the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is larger.
O B. The means are equal but the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is smaller.
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O C. The means are equal but the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is larger.
O D. The means are not equal and the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is smaller.
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O E. The means and standard deviations are equal.
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Click to select your answer(s).
Prive
way between two entries, use the z-score nalrway between the corresponding z-scores.
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Transcribed Image Text:This Question: 1 pt 7 of 14 (8 complete) This Quiz: 14 pts possible For the following situation, find the mean and standard deviation of the population. List all samples (with replacement) of the given size from that population and find the mean of each. Find the mean and standard deviation of the sampling distribution and compare them with the mean and standard deviation of the population. The word counts of five essays are 504, 629, 555, 607, and 580. Use a sample size of 2. M. 580, 607, X = 593.5 N. 629, 555, x = 592 O. 607, 607, x= 607 P. 629, 629, x = 629 Q. 504, 629, x = 566.5 R. 504, 580, x = 542 S. 607, 580, x = 593.5 T. 629, 607, x = 618 U. 555, 504, x = 529.5 tio 607, 629, x = 618 W. 555, 555, x = 555 V. X. 504, 504, x 504 Y. 580, 504, x 542 607, 629, x 551 Z. 629, 504, x = 566.5 eft f on The mean of the sampling distribution is (Round to two decimal places as needed.) tThe standard deviation of the sampling distribution is ile (Round to two decimal places as needed.) tio Choose the correct comparison of the population and sampling distribution below. Q O A. The means are not equal and the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is larger. O B. The means are equal but the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is smaller. ed O C. The means are equal but the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is larger. O D. The means are not equal and the standard deviation of the sampling distribution is smaller. ed Q O E. The means and standard deviations are equal. ? ea Click to select your answer(s). Prive way between two entries, use the z-score nalrway between the corresponding z-scores. WXP NOV tv
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