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    idiotinmath
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    Which  of  the  following distribtions loses the  most  degree  of  freedom?Normal/Poisson/Binomial or  Uniform?Assuming  that data for a goodness  of  fit  test has  been  structured  into  effective  cells for  a  chi square  calculation? 

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    #151114

    Darth
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    Instead of spending all your time posting your homework/test questions, why not apply that time to actually doing some of your own work and research instead of expecting other posters to do it for you.  The lack of response to most of your posts is gratifying and means others are finally catching on and refuse to enable you any further.

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    #151139

    Idiotinmath.
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    Darth
    As  usual  I  was  expecting to receive  this  answer  from you.Anyhow  I appreciate  your  advice,do  you  think that I  will  be  satisfied  from  those  answers received  in  this  forum?as  I  could  recognize  ,most  of  the  answers  are  not  correct (100%),you  may  find  some  hints ,but  that  is  all??Posting  in  this  Forum  of  part  of  the “overall” research  efforts,just  I  may  receive  some  enlightements (if  I  may receive any???).For  your  information  I  know  the  answers of  those  questions,but  I’m  seeking  another  “opinion” .and  even I  may  be  interested  to  collect such “answers” ?.Best Regards? 

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    #151152

    Ropp
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    Idiotinmath,
                  I have never seen this man answer a stat question yet, he just post’s the same answers, one day he might be brave enough to do so !!!
    Dave
     

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    #151163

    Darth
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    Well Dave, maybe you have been looking in the wrong place. For example, here’s one from a year ago to show that I have been answering possibly longer than you have been looking. Since I have found at least one, your thesis and credibility are shot. So, do I need to point out a few more before you recant or will you continue to post stupid and unfounded assertions?https://www.isixsigma.com/forum/showmessage.asp?messageID=88702

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    #151189

    accrington
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    You say that you already know the answers to you homework questions. If so, why are you asking this forum to check that they are correct? Why not ask your tutor?
    You also seem to be unable to distinguish cheating on your homework  from genuine research.
    If you have any questions regarding application of statistical methods to real problems, I’m sure the members of this forum would be more than happy to help you

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    #151194

    Idiotin math.
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    The average score on a proficiency exam for  students is 82 with  a  SD of 3.5.If  you  select  a  student  in  random,what is  the  probability that his  score  will  fall  between 85 and  90?

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    #151203

    Rohrschach
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    What happened to the confidence level? Unlike the earlier question about the Poisson Distribution, this one does require a level of confidence. This is not a Rohrschach test.

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