OpenStudy (anonymous):

A computer program is designed to convert lists of numbers into standard units. The program is used on a list of 100 numbers. A statistician sees the first 10 of the 100 results that the program produces. They are: -6.8, 2.3, 4.9, -11, -1.15, 4.9, -5.1, 0.7, 8.1, -4.8 Based on this information, what is the statistician’s best assessment about whether the program is working? a) Something is definitely wrong with the program. b) The program looks good. c) It looks as though something might be wrong with the program, but it’s not possible to be certain based on just 10 out of t

4 years ago
OpenStudy (zehanz):

Because of the general description of what ithis is about: "lists of numbers" and: "convert into standard units", I think there can't be said anything about the program. After all, we don't know what kind of numbers there are in the lists, and we also do not know how the conversion is done.

4 years ago
OpenStudy (nurali):

Something is definitely wrong with the program.

4 years ago
OpenStudy (nurali):

please click best response.

4 years ago
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