Find a statistic that is expected to be normally distributed (e.g. height of adult men). Sample 30 people regarding their value related to this statistic (e.g. ask them “How tall are you?”) and record your results.

The purpose of the article review series is to get you think critically about the environmental and occupational exposure and health effects in secondary literature, that is either a peer-review article or professional paper. No news items are allowed. You are expected to choose your own article to review.
January 25, 2019
This is the penultimate article review in the series. This review will focus on either Air Pollution OR Food Safety. As in the previous article reviews, you are required to do a literature search in peer-review journals and follow assignments prompts in the review guide. Please note that NEWS items are not allowed. Your reviews are due in Blackboard by November 6th by 11:59pm.
January 25, 2019

Find a statistic that is expected to be normally distributed (e.g. height of adult men).
Sample 30 people regarding their value related to this statistic (e.g. ask them “How tall are you?”) and record your results.

Sampling 30 people is not optional. You must have at least 30 values of the statistic you choose.

· Use StatCrunch to create a histogram of your results.

· Post the question you asked and the histogram you created. Are your results normally distributed? Why or why not?


 

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