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There may be a number that gets repeated, and you will have to select additional random numbers to reach a total of 100 unique random numbers. ASSIGNMENT Use Excel to generate the following samples. 1. 2. 3. 4. TI-83 Select Select Select Select 25 40 23 87 people from a population of 700. patients from a group of 295. days from a total of 365 days. people from a list of 3500 people. Choosing Random Numbers We will be learning to use the Texas Instruments TI-83 calculator throughout this course.

Select the Edit menu again, and click on Paste. This puts the formula from cell A1 into all 100 cells. There may be a number that gets repeated, and you will have to select additional random numbers to reach a total of 100 unique random numbers. ASSIGNMENT Use Excel to generate the following samples. 1. 2. 3. 4. TI-83 Select Select Select Select 25 40 23 87 people from a population of 700. patients from a group of 295. days from a total of 365 days. people from a list of 3500 people. Choosing Random Numbers We will be learning to use the Texas Instruments TI-83 calculator throughout this course.

We set up the vertical axis in the same way that we would for a histogram. For the horizontal axis, instead of dealing with the class limits, we begin by finding the class marks. Above each class mark put a point at the height of the frequency for that class. We also put a point on the horizontal axis where the class mark would be if there were one class below the first class, as well as the class mark that would be one class above the last class. At right is an example for the ages of the 54 richest individuals in the world.