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Graphing Types of graphs: Pictogram: numeric data are represented by pictures, usually only nominal data are depicted in this way Example: milk production increases by 200% Before After Biassed way : height of cow is doubled but two-dimensionally

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Lecture6.tex 1 Lecture 6. Order Statistics 6.1 The Multinomial Formula Suppose we pick a letter from {A, B, C}, with P (A) = p1 = .3, P (B) = p2 = .5, P (C) = p3 = .2. If we do this independently 10times, we will nd the probability that the resultin

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