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Introduction to Probability | Assignment

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Introduction to Probability 1Introduction to ProbabilityLaura Peña-DuvalMAT201 / Basic Statistic April 20, 2017Professor Qian Liu
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Introduction to Probability 2The data collection will be based on the time I spend watching television. To record the time, astopwatch will be used. I usually watch television in the evening time, so once I begin watchtelevision, I will start the stopwatch and annotate the minutes I spend in front of the television. This collection of data is random in nature because it was not collected purposely. I do watchtelevision daily, and hence there is no predisposition associated with the data set. However, inthe evening time I do not wait for a certain time to begin watching television. I watch certainsitcoms and shows that I record due to conflict of schedules. The data collected for ten days is as shown in the below table:Day173 MinutesDay280 MinutesDay365 MinutesDay420 MinutesDay569 MinutesDay675 MinutesDay772 MinutesDay873 MinutesDay968 MinutesDay1070 MinutesThe average of these ten days TV watching time is calculated as below:73 80 65 20 69 75 72 73 68 70Average1066.5Therefore, on an average 66.5 minutes are spent to watching television every day. In this data,the minutes are independent variables because this can be changed independently while making
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