if the confidence interval is 24.4 to 38.0 than the average is the exact middle: 31.2, and the margin of error is 6.8
You can't. You need an estimate of p (p-hat) q-hat = 1 - p-hat variance = square of std dev sample size n= p-hat * q-hat/variance yes you can- it would be the confidence interval X standard deviation / margin of error then square the whole thing
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Yes, if it is the closed interval. No, if it is the open interval.
See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confidence_interval Includes a worked out example for the confidence interval of the mean of a distribution. In general, confidence intervals are calculated from the sampling distribution of a statistic. If "n" independent random variables are summed (as in the calculation of a mean), then their sampling distribution will be the t distribution with n-1 degrees of freedom.
You find the the smallest and largest values. The interval is the largest minus the smallest.
to find an interval you have to subtract the first two number from each other for example 5 10 15 20 the interval for this set of data is 5
It depends whether or not the observations are independent and on the distribution of the variable that is being measured or the sample size. You cannot simply assume that the observations are independent and that the distribution is Gaussian (Normal).
If there are any grounds for assuming that the prices are Normally distributed (in fact, there are none), then a 90% confidence interval is (3.72, 10.04).
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On an active continental margin, you would be likely to find an active ocean trench. This structure would generally not occur at a passive continental margin.
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The contour interval is always indicated somewhere in the margin of the topo map, along with other symbols and scales. Also, there are always some contours on the map that are printed in a bolder line than others, and have the elevation printed along the line. You can find two of these that are parallel, count the number of lighter contours between them, and that will tell you the interval.
you measure it
by the help of stopclock
If one finds it within its confidence. If someone else finds it it is attitude.
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You will find active faults and, if the margin is convergent, volcanoes.
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There is no error. That's why it's impossible to find one.
Notice the pattern around that contour line. Then determine the interval that the surrounding contour lines are increasing or decreasing by. Ex. 50 100 150 200, the contour interval would then be 50
Acceleration has two parts ... its size and its direction.To find the size (magnitude):-- pick a time interval-- measure the speed at the beginning of the interval-- measure the speed at the end of the interval-- subtract the speed at the beginning from the speed at the end-- divide that difference by the length of the time interval-- the result is the magnitude of acceleration during that time interval
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