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The A Man Special.. Assign 8
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Part II:  Gather 30 random US coins.  Record the years that the coins were minted.  Store the information in  statcrunch, and do the following calculations:

1.  Find the mean, median and standard deviation of your data set. 

~ The mean is 1994.9333.  The median is 1998, while the standard deviation is 7.8561783.

2. Draw a graph of your data.  Describe the distribution (shape) of your data.

~ The distribution is not normal.  It is skewed to the left.  Its highest peak is at 200-2005.

Result 1: Histogram   [Info]
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Result 2: Column Statistics   [Info]
Summary statistics:
Column n Mean Variance Std. Dev. Std. Err. Median Range Min Max Q1 Q3
var1 30 1994.9333 61.71954 7.8561783 1.4343354 1998 25 1980 2005 1988 2001

Data set 1. COINS COLUNM   [Info]
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