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1;1. , .. ;. ·j;ll'ge ... O 'ZO. . Ml ---'-_. of degrees of freedom used ill 8 2. f. 01. 01, and on conventional standards the data have shown clearly significant evidence against the null hypothesis: we are obliged to conclude that the deficient diet does reduce the storage of vitamin A. 4. THE NORMAL DISTIUnU'flON Implicit in the analysis just described is the assumption that the variance in measurements among individuals 37 ill casul'cments treated alike conforms to what is known as the N O1'mal d'isiribut'ion.

Y difIer in wejght, Ol1e can always conceive of a third object having an intermediate weight. In practice, the limitations of measuring instruments interfere with the true continuity of scales. , and so on. n assumption of a continuous scale. For practical purposes, counts and measurements correspond to what the theoretical statistician recognizes as discrete and continuous variates. [easurements usually convey more information about the objects measured than would mere classification and COUll ting.

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