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Mathematics
Statistics
Consider the quantities 1 1 x1 s1 2 2 x2
Consider the quantities 1 1 x1 s1 2 2 x2
Consider the quantities μ1, σ1, x1, s1, μ2, σ2, x2, and s2.
a. Which quantities represent parameters and which represent statistics?
b. Which quantities are fixed numbers and which are variables?
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