## StClowers one year ago Three randomly selected households are surveyed. The numbers of people in the households are 1, 4 and 10. Assume that the samples of size n=2 are randomly selected with replacement from the population of 1, 4 and 10. Listed below are the nine different samples: 1,1 1,4 1,10 4,1 4,4 4,10 10,1 10,4 10,10 Find the variance of each of the nine samples: (find s^2 and probability) s^2 is 4.5, 0, or 1? Whats the probability? s^2 is 9, 4.5, 2.3? Whats the probability? s^2 is 18, 72, or 9? Whats the probability? s^2 is 20.3, 81 or 40.5? Whats the probability?

1. andijo76

I think this one you need to do it this way |dw:1392269734421:dw|

2. andijo76

add each one individualy and divide by 2

3. StClowers

LOL I already figured out this one ..I have more from today though...

4. andijo76

is that how you do it I was not sure if this is the right way to do it i posted this one but did not get an answer I do not have any others like this i dont think

5. andijo76

yours is a little different then mine my numbers are 1,3 and 8

6. StClowers

funny.

7. andijo76

how weird is it that we are from the same school doing the same or almost the same questions

8. StClowers

LOL - very weird!