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X2 X3
5,3 6,44
5,19 4,49 5,51
4,88 6,68 6,42
4,15 3,99 5,86
5,48 5,07 4,75
3,01 5,59 5,02
4,3 4,69 3,82
5,02 5,35 4,03
5,16 5,85 6,11
4,91 4,01 4,45
3,96 2,75 5,69
5,51 5,34 5,47
5,06 6,22 5,99
4,54 4,63 4,84
4,99 7,36 4,6
4,99 4,49 4,48
5,55 4,26 5,07
5,14 5,69 5,24
3,7 5,06
4,45 4,69 5,67

3,13 5,97 5,21 3,88 5,28
4,39 5,43 4,75 5,39 5,63
4,5 4,92 7,04 5,32 5,77
3,8 4,78 3,67 4,83
5,5 4,46 3,5 4,76
4,06 6,04 5,21 6,17 4,59
5,74 6,05 7,29 3,77 5,13
4,9 4,21 4,41
5,77 3,91
6,3 3,88 2,81
3,2 3,84 3,93 4,08 3,88
7,9 3,61 5,88 5,47 3,34
5,72 2,78
4,4 4,55
5 5,38 3,56 3,9 5,35
5,62 4,75 5,86 4,57 4,64
5,26 6,13 5,26 5,83 4,83
3,77 5,49 5,31 6,66 6,44
4,38 5,85 5,51 4,21 5,12
5 4,99 5,4 4,09
4 5,16 4,64 6,25 6,03
3,84 5,14 4,89 4,16 4,89


4,95 4,81

5,02 5,23




5,17 4,75



estimation de la variance

1,11 0,43

1,19 0,64




0,96 0,99



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