Comprehensively assess whether a Normal distribution model is appropriate for a set of quantitative data values.
Solve the One Sample Problem with or without Minitab, using raw data or summarized information.
Explain the rationale underlying the solution to the One Sample Problem.
2000). To sum up, it can be identified the problem in resource distribution among the interested groups: “Comparison of the survey results from 1977 and 1996 indicate that conflict over access to resources has increased, and that violence between and among groups is more common” (Campbell, 1999). The cultivation of mountains slops and expansion of agricultural activity reduces the access of wildlife to water resources and appearing the problem of soil erosion. Also, the observation area for tourists coming to Kenya also reduced, which doesn’t benefit the tourism sector of economy. One of the trade-off between wildlife management, government and farmers could be considered attempts of wildlife managers from 1970 to develop and implement strategies that encourage people living near wildlife parks to embrace the costs and benefits associated with them. The main strategy was to ensure that neighboring landowners received part of the income from tourism activities, as compensation for losses to agricultural fields incurred due to grazing wild animals. However, this measure did not succeed, because it did not reduce the complaints of farmers as well as did not have a positive effect on the policy of conservation of wild-nature (Campbell, 2005). IV. Possible policy implications or approaches to solution In Kajiado, reform seemed to be inevitable, but it is clear that more information was needed on the likely ecological and household impacts that could result, so that if there were deleterious effects, these could be ameliorated through appropriate action. Such action could take the form of encouraging group ranch members to form grazing associations, or promoting the development of other economic activity that can provide other options for agro-pastoralist households that are faced with declining livestock numbers and productivity. Model results have highlighted the fact that the impacts of subdivision are not the same in all circumstances, but differ in relation to particular household and ecological characteristics. This shows clearly that the process of subdivision needs to be flexible and adapted to local conditions (Thornton, 2005). Political initiatives are mediated by these complex interactions, and therefore it is difficult to predict the results of land use and they are not uniform from a spatial or social point of view. An analytical framework that clearly addresses such complex issues as political ecology can serve as an informational basis for political discussions. Initiatives that recognize uncertainty and promote the flexibility of future outcomes may be more effective in promoting sustainable land use (Thornton, 2005). Policies and actions that could help sustain pastoral communities as well as the wildlife they live with include (Food and Agriculture Organization, 2009): Changing policies so that communities can manage and benefit from their own resources, including wildlife; Permitting and encouraging communities to earn high returns and be paid directly from sustainable businesses on their land; Other means of payment for ecosystem services, such as easements and leasing for conservation; Education and support for improving rangeland; Recognition that pastoralists need extensive area to move – and pastoralism is often the most sustainable livelihood in semi-arid lands; Support for livestock corridors as well as wildlife corridors.>GET ANSWER