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Ray Atkinson
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Please let me know if you will be able to help. Need by Saturday :) Thank you!!!

Ray Atkinson :

I can do it, but i need some clarification of question #8. What is the definition of unusual in your textbook?

Ray Atkinson :

For the graphics, like in #2, can you draw them yourself with a description, or do you need me to draw them and scan them?

Customer: Draw and scan please!!
Customer: Ill ask my teacher about # XXXXX today
Ray Atkinson :

Will do.

Ray Atkinson :

I strongly recommend that you redraw them. My artistic skills are lacking.

Ray Atkinson :

Take what I send and redo it

Customer: Will do!
Ray Atkinson :

I am almost done the numbers. the drawing will take a little longer.

Customer: Thanks ray!!!!
Ray Atkinson :

I'll be back when I have the rest.

Ray Atkinson :

For #8, find out if "unusual" means that it is an outlier.

Ray Atkinson :

...or ±1.5σ or ±2σ

I'll wait until you get back to me. All the rest are done.
If this is due tomorrow, please let me know about #8.
If you have not asked yet, see if "unusual" means that it has a z-score over 1.96, the 5% limit. That seems to be a common meaning of "unusual" in statistics.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.


Hey Ray!


 


Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you. I asked my teacher and he refered me to a page in the book. I am going to take a pic right now and send it to you. Hold on 1 sec :)


 

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Fab. 2σ is their definition. That's all I need to get this done. I'll be back in a bit with the final copy. I had written it up with z=±1.96 so I have to rework it.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Thank you ray you are the best!!!
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.


Ray, Thank you Thank you Thank you!


One last question which scan goes with which question? Thank you!

The first one is the boxplot and the second is the histogram.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Thank you!!!

You are quite welcome. See you next time.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.


Yes! I will be back in a week or so :)