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PLEASE READ EMAIL AND REMIND MESSAGE PERTAINING TO HOMEWORK. The COACH LESSONS ARE NOT HOMEWORK DURING TESTING. THEY WERE BEFORE TESTING STARTED AS IT SAYS TO FINISH FOR HOMEWORK BELOW. REMEMBER I TOLD YOU THAT WE HAVE LOTS OF TIME ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY IN THE THEATRE!!!!!!

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THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM JEFFREY SAMPSON WHO IS LOOKING FOR ANY INFO ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED TO HIS BROTHER, GREGORY SAMPSON, WHILE AT FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR BOYS IN 1965 (He was 12/turning 13 years old) More below photo..

This is a picture of my brother, Gregory Sampson, just before going to Dozer in 1965. He arrived at Dozier on March 16th 1965 and turn 13 on the 17th of March 65. He came home in the end of Oct or 1st of Nov of 65 in a wheel chair, a patch over right eye, could not speak, walk, and bearly could move arms. He never recovered and died June 6th 0f 1966. I do not know what he endored at Dozier and I may never know. So rest in peace my dear brother, I still love you and miss you everyday.

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Pearson Prentice Hall and our other respected imprints provide educational materials, technologies, assessments and related services across the secondary curriculum.

Here are the directions to download print them off first and then download using link below!!!!  instructions-16dzt70

PLEASE READ EMAIL AND REMIND MESSAGE PERTAINING TO HOMEWORK. The COACH LESSONS ARE NOT HOMEWORK DURING TESTING. THEY WERE BEFORE TESTING STARTED AS IT SAYS TO FINISH FOR HOMEWORK BELOW. REMEMBER I TOLD YOU THAT WE HAVE LOTS OF TIME ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY IN THE THEATRE!!!!!!

Pearson Prentice Hall and our other respected imprints provide educational materials, technologies, assessments and related services across the secondary curriculum.

Here are the directions to download print them off first and then download using link below!!!!  instructions-16dzt70

PLEASE READ EMAIL AND REMIND MESSAGE PERTAINING TO HOMEWORK. The COACH LESSONS ARE NOT HOMEWORK DURING TESTING. THEY WERE BEFORE TESTING STARTED AS IT SAYS TO FINISH FOR HOMEWORK BELOW. REMEMBER I TOLD YOU THAT WE HAVE LOTS OF TIME ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY IN THE THEATRE!!!!!!

DO YOU REMEMBER THIS BOY? GREGORY SAMPSON?

THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM JEFFREY SAMPSON WHO IS LOOKING FOR ANY INFO ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED TO HIS BROTHER, GREGORY SAMPSON, WHILE AT FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR BOYS IN 1965 (He was 12/turning 13 years old) More below photo..

This is a picture of my brother, Gregory Sampson, just before going to Dozer in 1965. He arrived at Dozier on March 16th 1965 and turn 13 on the 17th of March 65. He came home in the end of Oct or 1st of Nov of 65 in a wheel chair, a patch over right eye, could not speak, walk, and bearly could move arms. He never recovered and died June 6th 0f 1966. I do not know what he endored at Dozier and I may never know. So rest in peace my dear brother, I still love you and miss you everyday.

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1. ANSWER: Proportion = 0.302 (1 - 0.698) Why?? The Table for Standard Normal Distribution is organized as a cummulative area from the LEFT corresponding to the STANDARDIZED VARIABLE z. The Standard Normal Distribution is also symmetric (called a Bell Curve ) which means its an interpretive procedure to Look-Up the area from the Table. For STANDARDIZED VARIABLE z = 0.52 the corresponding LEFT area = 0.698. And due to Table s cummulative nature, the corresponding RIGHT area = 1 - 0.698 2. ANSWER: 98% Resulting Confidence Interval for true mean : = [453.59, 874.69] Why??? SMALL SAMPLE, CONFIDENCE INTERVAL, NORMAL POPULATION DISTRIBUTION x-bar: Sample mean = 664.14 s: Sample standard deviation = 297.29 n: Number of samples = 14 df: degrees of freedom = 13 significant digits = 2 Confidence Level = 98 "Look-up" Table ( t-critical value ) = 2.65 Look-up Table of ( t critical values ) for confidence and prediction intervals. Central two-sided area = 98% with df = 13. Another Look-up method is to utilize Microsoft Excel function: TINV(probability,degrees_freedom) Returns the inverse of the Student s t-distribution 98% Resulting Confidence Interval for true mean : x-bar +/- ( t critical value ) * s/SQRT(n) = 664.14 +/- 2.65 * 297.29/SQRT(14) = [453.59, 874.69] 3. ANSWER: 95% Resulting Confidence Interval for true mean : = [0.29, 0.77] Why??? SMALL SAMPLE, CONFIDENCE INTERVAL, NORMAL POPULATION DISTRIBUTION x-bar: Sample mean = 0.53 s: Sample standard deviation = 0.53 n: Number of samples = 21 df: degrees of freedom = 20 significant digits = 2 Confidence Level = 95 "Look-up" Table ( t-critical value ) = 2.09 Look-up Table of ( t critical values ) for confidence and prediction intervals. Central two-sided area = 95% with df = 20. Another Look-up method is to utilize Microsoft Excel function: TINV(probability,degrees_freedom) Returns the inverse of the Student s t-distribution 95% Resulting Confidence Interval for true mean : x-bar +/- ( t critical value ) * s/SQRT(n) = 0.53 +/- 2.09 * 0.53/SQRT(21) = [0.29, 0.77]