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Show transcribed image text efollowing data represent an ordered array of test scores for 20 students in a section of a statistics course. 40 43 46 49 52 55 58 61 64 67 70 73 76 79 82 85 88 91 94 96 522 The (a) Construct a normal probability or a Quantile- Quantile plot of the mean tensile strength. (b) From the results of (a), does the mean tensile strength appear to be normally distributed? Explain TEST 5.24 The following data represent an ordered array of the daily amount of municipal solid waste (in cubic yards) collected from an industrial park over a period of 68 weekdays Construct a normal probability or a Quantile- (a) Quantile plot of the test scores. (b) From the results of (a), do you conclude that the test 414 471 583 596 600 642 644 666 672 676 681 686 706 712 712 720 726 730 736 760 762 764 781 794 795 798 818 832 836 837 842 859 859 860 872 874 877 882 883 886 889 895 906 910 913 928 928 944 948 970 972 975 978 985 988 1010 1036 1050 1056 1062 1080 1084 1092 1110 1128 1334 scores appear to be normally distributed? Explain. s23 The following data represent the mean tensile strength (in pounds) of 32 small sections of wire removed from cables at random spots on the Williamsburg Bridge in New York City, which was built in 1903. 5421 5,631 5,833 6,024 6,130 6,167 6,514 6,435 6,399 6,232 6,730 6,444 6,607 6,432 6,569 6,346 5949 6,262 6,515 6,628 6,358 6,778 5,758 5,773 6,373 6,751 6,475 6,078 5,929 6,539 5,948 6,556 SWASTE (a) Construct a normal probability or a Quantile- Quantile plot of the amount of municipal solid waste BRIDGE Source: Matteo, J., G. Deodatis, and D. P Billington, "Safety Analysis of Suspension-Bridge Cables: Williamsburg Bridge." Journal of Structural Engineering, Vol. 120, Nov. 1994, pp. 3197-3199 (b) From the results of (a), does the amount of munic- ipal solid waste appear to be normally distributed? Explain.

efollowing data represent an ordered array of test scores for 20 students in a section of a statistics course. 40 43 46 49 52 55 58 61 64 67 70 73 76 79 82 85 88 91 94 96 522 The (a) Construct a normal probability or a Quantile- Quantile plot of the mean tensile strength. (b) From the results of (a), does the mean tensile strength appear to be normally distributed? Explain TEST 5.24 The following data represent an ordered array of the daily amount of municipal solid waste (in cubic yards) collected from an industrial park over a period of 68 weekdays Construct a normal probability or a Quantile- (a) Quantile plot of the test scores. (b) From the results of (a), do you conclude that the test 414 471 583 596 600 642 644 666 672 676 681 686 706 712 712 720 726 730 736 760 762 764 781 794 795 798 818 832 836 837 842 859 859 860 872 874 877 882 883 886 889 895 906 910 913 928 928 944 948 970 972 975 978 985 988 1010 1036 1050 1056 1062 1080 1084 1092 1110 1128 1334 scores appear to be normally distributed? Explain. s23 The following data represent the mean tensile strength (in pounds) of 32 small sections of wire removed from cables at random spots on the Williamsburg Bridge in New York City, which was built in 1903. 5421 5,631 5,833 6,024 6,130 6,167 6,514 6,435 6,399 6,232 6,730 6,444 6,607 6,432 6,569 6,346 5949 6,262 6,515 6,628 6,358 6,778 5,758 5,773 6,373 6,751 6,475 6,078 5,929 6,539 5,948 6,556 SWASTE (a) Construct a normal probability or a Quantile- Quantile plot of the amount of municipal solid waste BRIDGE Source: Matteo, J., G. Deodatis, and D. P Billington, "Safety Analysis of Suspension-Bridge Cables: Williamsburg Bridge." Journal of Structural Engineering, Vol. 120, Nov. 1994, pp. 3197-3199 (b) From the results of (a), does the amount of munic- ipal solid waste appear to be normally distributed? Explain.