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# First photo question-The graph below shows three different normal distributions. second photo- The difference between an observational study and an experiment is that Third and Fourth photo-Which of the following is a valid probability distribution? Download png

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Dana Keller on November 16, 2018

Answer:To the first question: each of Them must have a different mean and different standard deviation. For the second question: In an observational study, the researchers did not control treatment and an experiment that make. To the third question: The second graph. For the fourth question: The second graph.Step-by-step explanation:For the first question: we can see that each bell-shaped curve is centered around a different number. This tells us that their means are all different.We can also see that each curve has a different width; this means that the distribution of the data, which is measured in part by the standard deviation, is different. This means that both the mean and the standard deviation of each distribution is different.For the second question: In an observational study, as the name implies, everything that is done is observation. There is no treatment given by the researchers. In an experiment, however, one group receives the treatment and one group does not, therefore, the differences can be measured.To the third question: In the first chart, the odds add up to 1.2. This is more than 100%, so this is not a valid distribution. In the second graph, the probabilities add to 1.0; this is 100% exactly, so this is a valid distribution.For the fourth question: In the first chart, the odds add up to 0.9. This is not 100%, so this is not a valid distribution. In the second graph, the probabilities add to 1.0; this is 100% exactly, so this is a valid distribution.