Exercise

# Exercise 6. Multiple plots of se versus p

Using the same code as in the previous exercise, create a for-loop that generates three plots of `p`

versus `se`

when the sample sizes equal \(N = 25\), \(N = 100\), and \(N = 1000\).

Instructions

**100 XP**

- Your for-loop should contain two lines of code to be repeated for three different values of N.
- The first line within the for-loop should use the
`sqrt`

function to generate a vector of standard errors`se`

for all values of`p`

. - The second line within the for-loop should use the
`plot`

function to generate a plot with`p`

on the x-axis and`se`

on the y-axis. - Use the
`ylim`

argument to keep the y-axis limits constant across all three plots. The lower limit should be equal to 0 and the upper limit should equal 0.1 (it can be shown that this value is the highest calculated standard error across all values of`p`

and`N`

).