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    You are given the following data for the number of times a population of six
    families dined out during the previous month:

    4 6 9 4 5 7

    a. Compute the mean, median and mode for this data.
    b. Compute the range for this data.
    c. Compute the variance and standard deviation.
    d. Assume that these data represent a sample rather than a population. Compute the variance and standard deviation. Discuss the difference between the value computed here and in part b.

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    You are given the following data for the number of times a population of six
    families dined out during the previous month:

    4 6 9 4 5 7

    a. Compute the mean, median and mode for this data.
    b. Compute the range for this data.
    c. Compute the variance and standard deviation.
    d. Assume that these data represent a sample rather than a population. Compute the variance and standard deviation. Discuss the difference between the value computed here and in part b.

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