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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Statistics, 2nd Edition by Robert Donnelly

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Chapter 6

1a. Empirical, because we have historical data for Derek Jeter’s batting average.
1b. Classical, because we know the number of cards and the number of aces in the deck.
1c. If I have data from my last several rounds of golf, this would be empirical, otherwise subjective.
1d. Classical, because we can calculate the probability based on the lottery rules.
1e. Subjective, because I would not be collecting data for this experiment.
1f. Subjective, because I would not be collecting data for this experiment.
2a. Yes.
2b. No, probability cannot be greater than 1.
2c. No, probability cannot be greater than 100 percent.
2d. No, probability cannot be less than 1.
2e. Yes.
2f. Yes.
3a.
3b.
3b.
3d. The following table ...

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