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 — math-341:m341-s19-hw:hw-27 [2019/04/07 09:25] (current)dcs created 2019/04/07 09:25 dcs created 2019/04/07 09:25 dcs created Line 1: Line 1: + =====Mathematics 341 - Spring 2019===== + ==== Homework ==== + + **Problem Set # 6** (due Friday, 12 April): + + Problems 10.5.8, 11.2.2, and: + + The file [[http://​dananne.org/​fu/​courses/​math-341/​R/​pearson.txt|pearson.txt]] contains data from Karl Pearson'​s study of heights of fathers and sons. The column labeled Father contains the heights of the fathers. Is it reasonable to assume that these data come from a normal distribution?​ + + + ---- + + + For any hypothesis tests, state the hypotheses, the form of the test statistic, the observed value of the test statistic, the $p$-value, and the conclusion you can draw from the test. For goodness-of-fit tests, also report the expected frequencies. Use mathematical notation: do not state R commands.