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The following dot plot shows the results of a simulation.


Given the mean of the sample proportion is , what would be a likely use of the random numbers used in the simulation to generate the dot plot data?

 

A Generate 100 numbers randomly using the digits 0 through 9, select 0 through 3 to represent a success and the digits 4 through 9 to represent not a success, run the trial 200 times, and plot the results on a proportion-frequency dot plot

 

B Generate 10 numbers randomly using the digits 0 through 9, select 0 through 3 to represent a success and the digits 4 through 9 to represent not a success, run the trial 100 times, and plot the results on a proportion-frequency dot plot

 

C Generate 100 numbers randomly using the digits 0 through 9, select 0 through 5 to represent a success and the digits 6 through 9 to represent not a success, run the trial 100 times, and plot the results on a proportion-frequency dot plot

 

D Generate 100 numbers randomly using the digits 0 through 9, select 0 through 4 to represent a success and the digits 5 through 9 to represent not a success, run the trial 200 times, and plot the results on a proportion-frequency dot plot

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hay24  Apr 18, 2018
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I will give you a "Personal Opinion"!!. The reason, I believe, that your questions haven't been answered, is because not many people here feel competent enough to answer questions in "Statistics" because it is considered to be a difficult subject. So, please don't feel bad, because there is nothing personal against you.

Guest Apr 18, 2018
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thankyou! and i figured!  i wasnt upset  i just got frustrated because i really dont understand this

hay24  Apr 18, 2018

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