The applet for today’s activity can be found here. Using this simulator, find:

- Two
**very different** values of *p* and *n* that create a distribution that you would confidently identify as “normal”
- Two
**very different** values of *p* and *n* that create a distribution that you would confidently identify as **“not** normal”
- At least one value of
*p* and *n* that creates a distribution that *might* be normal, but you’re on the fence about.

**Report your findings here**

For homework this weekend/next week, please finish reading Chapter 16, pages 423-429, then work on exercises 32, 33, and 34 from page 432.

Out Unit 4 Test will be on **Wednesday, January 30**. We’ll spend Monday and Tuesday after we get back from midterm exams reviewing the unit. Over next week, I recommend you work on the following practice problems from the Unit 4 review, pages 434-439: 5, 16, 20, 21, 23, 25, 27, 28, 37.

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