Puzzle: Why the designer's dress was significant
A statistics scramble that might be used in teaching goodness-of-fit significance tests. A set of five anagrams must be solved to reveal the letters that provide the answer to the clue in the cartoon. The cartoon was drawn by British cartoonist John Landers based on an idea by Dennis Pearl. Free for use on course websites, or as an in-class, or out-of class exercise.
|Date Of Record Creation||2009-07-11 10:34:00|
|Date Last Modified||2009-07-11 10:37:00|
|Date Of Record Release||2009-07-11 10:34:00|
|Author Name||John Landers|
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