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Topic: Where the lines go cross each other . . .
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Luis A. Afonso

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Re: Where the lines go cross each other . . .
Posted: Apr 9, 2014 7:19 AM
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The same with Uniform [-3, 3]

_______ Gumbel(0, 1), Uniform [-3, 3]
DATA
__n= 50__0.253_______ 0.337__
____ 52__0.264_______ 0.328__
____ 54__0.276_______ 0.323__
____ 56__0.289_______ 0.318__
____ 58__0.300_______0.314__*
____ 60__0.315_______0.309__*
____62__0.326_______ 0.300__
____64__0.336_______ 0.294__
____66__0.347_______ 0.290__
____68__0.351_______ 0.287__
____70__0.364_______ 0.283__

To chose: n inside [58, 60]
Note : the Uniform data was obtained by :
X( ) = 6*(RND - 0.5) then the sample size n skewness by m3/(m2^1.5) as usual.

Luis A. Afonso



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