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Mathematics, 30.11.2019 05:50 annsmith66

(a) how large should n be so that the standard deviation of mn is at most 1 centimeter? (b) how large should n be so that chebyshev’s inequality guarantees that the estimate is within 5 centimeters from h, with probability at least 0.99?

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