Question: A Two independent samples each of size 3 are drawn

a. Two independent samples, each of size 3, are drawn from a normally distributed population. Find the probability that one of the sample variances is at least 19 times larger than the other one.
b. Two independent samples, each of size 6, are drawn from a normally distributed population. Find the probability that one of the sample variances is no more than 11 times larger than the other one.



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