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1.Typographical and spelling errors can be either "nonword errors" or "word errors." A nonword error is not a real word, as when "the" is typed as "teh." A word error is a real word, but not the right word, as when "lose" is typed as "loose." When undergraduates are asked to write a 250 word essay (without spell checking), the number of nonword errors has the following distribution ...

2.In exercise 4.50 you examined the probability distribution for the number of aces when you are dealt two cards ...

3. A six-sided die has four green and two red faces, all equally probable. Psychologists asked students to say which of these color sequences ...

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1. Typographical and spelling errors can be either "nonword errors" or "word errors." A nonword error is not a real word, as when "the" is typed as "teh." A word error is a real word, but not the right word, as when "lose" is typed as "loose." When undergraduates are asked to write a 250 word essay (without spell checking), the number of nonword errors has the following distribution:
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The number of word errors has this ...

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