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Need constraints or if then formula to only calculate a subtraction if a maximum is exceeded. Not sure.

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1. A prison administrator is interested in examining the relationships between the type of prison security (maximum, medium, and minimum) and the number of previous offenses committed by an inmate. He believes that maximum security prisons have inmates with many prior offenses, medium security with not so many offenses, and minimum security with almost no prior offenses. He randomly selects eight new inmates from each of the three security levels and compares the number of offenses for which they have ever been charged.

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An administrator is interested in examining the relationships between the type of prison security (maximum, medium, and minimum) and the number of previous offenses committed by an inmate. He believes that maximum security prisons have inmates with many prior offenses, medium security with not so many offenses, and minimum security with almost no prior offenses. He randomly selects eight new inmates from each of the three security levels and compares the number of offenses for which they have ever been charged.
a) independent variable?
b) What is the dependent variable?

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A prison administrator is interested in examining the relationships between the type of prison security (maximum, medium, and minimum) and the number of previous offenses committed by an inmate. He believes that maximum security prisons have inmates with many prior offenses, medium security with not so many offenses, and minimum security with almost no prior offenses. He randomly selects eight new inmates from each of the three security levels and compares the number of offenses for which they have ever been charged.
What is the dependent variable?
What is the null hypothesis?
What is the research hypothesis?
Interpret the results.

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A prison administrator is interested in examining the relationships between the type of prison security (maximum, medium, and minimum) and the number of previous offenses committed by an inmate. He believes that maximum security prisons have inmates with many prior offenses, medium security with not so many offenses, and minimum security with almost no prior offenses. He randomly selects eight new inmates from each of the three security levels and compares the number of offenses for which they have ever been charged.
What is the dependent variable?

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A prison administrator is interested in examining the relationships between the type of prison security (maximum, medium, and minimum) and the number of previous offenses committed by an inmate. He believes that maximum security prisons have inmates with many prior offenses, medium security with not so many offenses, and minimum security with almost no prior offenses. He randomly selects eight new inmates from each of the three security levels and compares the number of offenses for which they have ever been charged
a) What is the independent variable?
b) What is the dependent variable?
c) What is the null hypothesis?

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A prison administrator is interested in examining the relationships between the type of prison security (maximum, medium, and minimum) and the number of previous offenses committed by an inmate. He believes that maximum security prisons have inmates with many prior offenses, medium security with not so many offenses, and minimum security with almost no prior offenses. He randomly selects eight new inmates from each of the three security levels and compares the number of offenses for which they have ever been charged.
a) What is the independent variable?
b) What is the dependent variable?
c) What is the null hypothesis?

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1. A prison administrator is interested in examining the relationships between the type of prison security (maximum, medium, and minimum) and the number of previous offenses committed by an inmate. He believes that maximum security prisons have inmates with many prior offenses, medium security with not so many offenses, and minimum security with almost no prior offenses. He randomly selects eight new inmates from each of the three security levels and compares the number of offenses for which they have ever been charged.
a) What is the independent variable?
b) What is the dependent variable?
c) What is the null hypothesis?

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suppose I have three columns...country,continent,population...how to get the maximum of each continent

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The formula for conditional formatting 3-color scale.
Minimum 1 to 69
Midpoint 70 to 89
Maximum 90 to 100
I have data in = $ E: $ E and data from 0 to 100, I want it to look degraded, from 0 to 69 red scale, from 70 to 89 yellow scale and from 89 to 100 green scale.

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