Scores turned in by an amateur golfer at the Bonita Fairways Golf Course in Bonita Springs, Florida, during 2005 and 2006 are as follows: 2005 Season: 74 78 79 77 75 73 75 77 2006 Season: 71 70 75 77 85 80 71 79 a. Use the mean and standard deviation to evaluate the golfer’s performance over the two- year period. b. What is the primary difference in performance between 2005 and 2006? What improvement, if any, can be seen in the 2006 scores?

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18. Scores turned in by an amateur golfer at the Bonita Fairways Golf Course in Bonita Springs,
Florida, during 2005 and 2006 are as follows:
2005 Season: 74 78 79 77 75 73 75 77
2006 Season: 71 70 75 77 85 80 71 79
a. Use the mean and standard deviation to evaluate the golfer’s performance over the two-
year period.
b. What is the primary difference in performance between 2005 and 2006? What
improvement, if any, can be seen in the 2006 scores?

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