# Statistical inferences make different

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help make Statistical inferences kindly find attached parts conclusions and z scores

help make Statistical inferences kindly find attached parts conclusions and z scores

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1) (9 points) Below are the heights of children and their parents.

Gender

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

M

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

Mother's Father's

Height

Height

66

58

68

64

62

66

63

65

64

64

62

62

67

63

66

65

71

63

64

60

65

67

59

60

58

72

63

67

62

63

64

63

64

60

65

70

69

71

68

66

74

73

69

67

68

72

72

68

71

67

71

75

64

67

72

72

72

67

71

66

75

69

70

69

66

76

69

68

66

68

Offspring's

Height

62.5

64.6

73.9

67.1

64.4

71.1

71

69.3

64.9

68.1

66.5

66.5

70.3

67.5

68.5

71.9

67.8

58.6

65.3

61

65.4

67.4

60.9

63.1

60

71.1

62.2

67.2

63.4

62.2

64.7

59.6

61

64

65.4

a) Calculate the mean and median

of the mother's height.

mean

63.85714 median

b) Calculate the mean and median

of the father's height.

mean

69.65714 median

c) Calculate the mean and median

of the offspring's height.

mean

65.66857 median

64

69

65.4

2) (9 points) Below are the heights of children and their parents.

Gender

M

M

M

F

F

Mother's Father's

Height

Height

66

64

69

67

69

64

62

66

65

62

Offspring's

Height

69.1

67.4

67.5

64.7

68.4

a) Calculate the mean and median of the mother's height.

mean

67 median

67

b) Calculate the mean and median of the father's height.

mean

63.8 median

64

c) Calculate the mean and median of the offspring's height..

mean

67.42 median

67.5

3) (4 points) Based on your calculations what can you conclude about the data sets?

Both datasets are for individuals who have almost same age since the difference in the mean and median ages is insignificant

n and median ages is insignificant. Secondly both of these data sets are normally distributed since atleast 95% of the observations have fa

of the observations have fallen within 2 standard deviations of the mean

4) (15 points) Below are the high temperatures of January 2016.

47

48

54

38

34

40

43

45

50

62

41

47

32

53

50

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