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    Minitab worksheet

    please please help me out for these question below. They are very important to me. As I am not good on Statistic and I don't have the model answers for them, I really want someone who can show me the answers about them. Therefore, I can check if i was doing the questions in the right way.

    Thank you very much!!!

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    Question 4---A Minitab worksheet contains the following information
    about students enrolled for MTH4106 Introduction to Statistics. Column C1 contains the number of Minitab practical sessions that they have attended. Column C2 contains their marks on the first test. Column C3 contains their gender, coded as 1 for male and 2 for female.

    (a) State what type of variable is in each of these columns.
    (b) Explain, using a sketch, how to plot these three variables on a single diagram.
    (c) Explain briefly how this can be done in Minitab.
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    Last edited by mr fantastic; April 30th 2010 at 05:05 PM. Reason: Re-titled.
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