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The fracture toughness in concrete specimens is a measure of how likely it is that blocks used in new home construction may fail. A construction investigator obtains a random sample of 15 concrete blocks and determines the following toughness values:
.47, .58, .67, .70, .77, .79, .81, .82, .84, .86, .91, .95, .98, 1.01, 1.04
a. Use a normal quantile plot to assess whether the data appear to fit a normal distribution.
b. Compute the correlation coefficient and p-value for the normal quantile plot. Comment on the degree of fit of the data to a normal distribution.


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