# Could Someone Provide the Sample Output for these Two Programs? I don't own MATLAB or if you know another way for me to get sample output.. thank you.

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HrMmz on 2 Dec 2016
Commented: bio lim on 2 Dec 2016
1. MATLAB Program
nsamples=100; % number of samples
n = 225; % sample size 225
a = 1;
b = 2;
data = -3+9*rand(nsamples, n); % random 100x225 data sample from a uniform (0,1) distribution
cMean = mean(data, 2); % mean of each sample
answer_a = sum(cMean > a & cMean < b)/nsamples; % how many data means are between a and b
hist(cMean);
title('Generating 100 Samples of Size 225 Simulated U(-3,6) Random Numbers Histogram Question 1 Part d)'); %title of histogram
xlabel('Z'); %labeling x-axis
ylabel('Frequency'); %labeling y-axis
2. MATLAB Program
nsamples=400; % number of samples
n = 625; % sample size 625
a = 3;
b = 5;
lambda = 0.2;
data = -log(rand(nsamples, n)) / lambda; % random 400x625 data sample from a uniform (3,5) distribution
cMean = mean(data, 2); % mean of each sample
answer_a = sum(cMean > a & cMean < b)/nsamples; % how many data means are between a and b
hist(cMean);
title('Generating 400 Samples of Size 625 Simulated Lambda = 0.2 Random Numbers Histogram Question 1 Part d)'); %title of histogram
xlabel('Z'); %labeling x-axis
ylabel('Frequency'); %labeling y-axis

bio lim on 2 Dec 2016
Edited: bio lim on 2 Dec 2016

Here you go.

1. MATLAB Program

`   answer_a =`
`       1`
```answer_b =
```
`      1.4854`
```answer_c =
```
`      0.1598`

2. MATLAB Program

`   answer_a =`
`      0.4900`
```answer_b =
```
`      5.0114`
```answer_c =
```
`      0.2052`
bio lim on 2 Dec 2016
Hang on a second before using them! Since they are generated randomly, let me do one more trial and update it!
bio lim on 2 Dec 2016
All right, should be all good now!

KSSV on 2 Dec 2016
Google octave or scilab. Both these are open source and almost like MATLAB.