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investment in college towns continues to promise good returns (The Wall Street Journal, September 24, 2010). With rents holding up, this is good news for investors but the same cannot be said for students. There also tends to be significant variability in rents. Consider monthly rents (in $) of two bedroom apartments in two campus towns: Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Davis, California. A portion of the data is shown in the accompanying table.$
$a. Calculate the standard deviation of rent for Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Davis, California.
b. Construct and interpret theconfidence intervals for the standard deviation of rent for both Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Davis, California.
c. For each campus town, use theconfidence intervals to determine if the standard deviation of rent differs from; use .
After being passed over for a promotion and then getting into a heated argument with his son, a man disappears. He shows up two weeks later in another town with no memory of who he is or how he got there. He appears to be suffering from:
A. depersonalization disorder.
B. dissociative identity disorder.
C. a dissociative fugue.
C. histrionic personality disorder.