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F. NazIn the Sullivan workbook, read Chapter 4: "Summarizing

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In the Sullivan workbook, read Chapter 4: "Summarizing Continuous Variables in a Sample." Then complete practice problems 1–4 in Chapter 4 of the workbook. Submit the Excel files you create, with an interpretation of the results. Be sure to complete an interpretation of each problem. The interpretation should include a discussion of the findings with implications and references, as necessary. Things to consider for the summary include (but are not limited to) the following questions:
Are the data normally distributed?
Are there any outliers?
If there are outliers how should they be adjusted for (such as data entry error) or should they remain unadjusted?
Is the standard deviation close to the mean?
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