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1) A null Hypothesis assumes that a process is producing no more than a maximum allowable rate of defective items. The Type II error is to conclude that the process?

2) If 95% confidence limits for the mean Mu turn out to be (6.5,8.5)

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    you had the first question! congrats!

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    looks like they were succesful at the beginning of Jiskha, LOL theres no answer......

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    Perfect!!! :P

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    Awesome!! The first question!!! :D

    I never knew that Jiskha was up and running 10 years ago! I love how the format of the questions have changed from the other question formats. I also really love this site, and I hope it becomes even more successful from now.

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    Wow...the first question...legen-DARY!

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    What in the world?!? Why did you do this??? You are not the DerpyPegasus33 I've seen on here. I also know you are not DerpyPegasus33. So please stop! >:(

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    this is the first question of jiska vwow

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    Ah....history!

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    are u serious bro

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    yes bro

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    The answer, Frank, is your hypotheses is flawed. You have to take into consideration the coefficient being multiplied by x, which is already being divided by its "y" copartner. I suggest you check your work.

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    Ms. Sue Im the moose from the future im from 2016 :)

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    At least someone answered it, and thankfully, it was you Ms. Sue

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    No.

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    Wow its the first ever question on Jiskha...nice!

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    Thank you Mrs sue for answering me at last

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    i just wanna be apart of history...

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    gg frank

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    I am a part of history

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    we are all a part of history

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    Yeah

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    Woah, we are now a part of history of connections top cheaters

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    The internet has changed! *dabs* I AM HISTORY!

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    Damn I am history too now? And don't dab that's bad. The dab is bad.

    I LEIK DA MAFTS

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    happy 11 and a half (roughly) birthday!
    (assuming you were 0 when you posted this.)

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    rfef

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    kys lol

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    wow first question on Jiskha wonder what the first comment on youtube was??? :*)

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    I agree

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    Where the 2017 squad at?

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    r u still alive

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    Yes guys I'm still alive.

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    Frank the Frank who post this if it is how old are you now?

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    Oh my history is made on first question.Date history made June 13 2005. Now March 16 2017.

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    Im 32 now

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    How did you find jiskha Frank?

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    I search a homework help site for Statistics and this came up so I checked it out and sall there was nothing so I started Jiskha.

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    Just look at how much Jishka has grown. A couple questions a day too a couple hundred a day.
    Amazing!!!

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    Whoa, 2005 was SO long ago! they still had flip phones, and computers were large plastic boxes with 5 by 5 inch screens! aw we've come SO FAR!

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    I am now apart of history!

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    WOWIE. I swear, I've commented on this twice, but I dunno what name I used. I doubt that is the actual Frank who originally posted this. :-)

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    Guys this is the real Frank who posted this I know alot of people use this name in Jiskha but trust me guys I'M REAL

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    SHHUUUURRREEEE

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    Im the real frank

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    No, I'm the real frank

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    No, Im the real frank!

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    Y'all need to shut tf up I'm busy

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    Actually, it's not that hard to find out if he's the rela Frank. Just click on his name and you can simply go back on every question he's asked and BOOM there will be the first question. I completely believe you since there's evidence. Case solved!

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    No, I'm the real Frank!

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    You need to stop fighting acording to my research frank is most likely 32 years old why would he have time to read msgs from 2005 he probably had a family and wife so all of you guys unfortunately are FAKE so just please stop your not impressing nobody your just making a fool of yourself.

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    Lol I meant to say he most likely has kids and a wife by now lol

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    Hi People! Yall look so cool. Wanna hang out? Meet me aat the mall yall pepole

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    What do you know proper English? it's
    Hi people! You guys look so cool. Wanna hang out? Meet me at the mall guys. Also people* at*

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    *aat *pepole

    S̶w̶e̶e̶t̶i̶e̶ Stalin did nothing wrong.

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    Both Sweetie and Stalin did nothing wrong. :^)

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    Poor Frank. Nobody answered his question.
    I wonder where he lives now...

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    Poor Frank. Nobody answered his question.
    I wonder where he is now...

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