The cumulative distribution function for heights (in meters) of trees in a forest is . (a) Explain in terms of trees the meaning of the stat

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The cumulative distribution function for heights (in meters) of trees in a forest is . (a) Explain in terms of trees the meaning of the statement . tells us that of the trees in the forest have . (b) Which is greater, or

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Genesis 4 weeks 2021-09-15T09:41:33+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    Step-by-step explanation:

    a.Given that the cumulative distribution function for heights is F(x).

    Also given the cumulative distributions F(7)=0.6

    -F(7)=06 is signifies that  the fraction of trees less than 7 meters in height is 0.6  .

    b .Which is greater, F(7) or F(6):

    -We note that the cumulative distribution function F(t) increases with increasing values of t.

    -Hence F(7) is greater than F(6), F(7)>F(6), that is to say the the fraction of trees of height less than 7 meters is higher than the fraction of trees less than 6 meters.

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