____ Introduction to statistics_____

Learn basic terms of statistics/Collecting data

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____ Introduction to statistics_____

Learn basic terms of statistics/Collecting data

_____ Organizing data ______

Organize data with tables and graphs

19Feb

The standard normal distribution (SND) is a special case of the normal distribution. When a normally distributed variable has a…

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The normal probability distribution, also called normal curve, is a special type of bell-shaped curve like the one you see…

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The continuous probability distribution is a table that shows the frequency and relative frequency of a continuous random variable. Recall…

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The mean of the sampling distribution of x̄ (also called mean of x̄) is the mean of all possible sample means.…

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This lesson will show the difference between sampling and nonsampling errors. Using a sample in order to get information about…

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As stated in the previous lesson, the population mean is always constant. However, different samples of the same size drawn…

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The population distribution is the probability distribution using all elements of a population. Suppose there are 5 students in a…

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The Poisson probability distribution is named after the French mathematician Simeon D. Poisson. Suppose there is a power outage in…

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Here is a list of the types of averages used in statistics also called or measures of central tendency. We…

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Summation notation is used to denote the sum of values. Suppose you have a sample consisting of the ages of…

Read More____ Measures of central tendency ____

Interpret data sets with the mean, median, mode

standard deviation, range, and percentiles.

____ Probability ____

Calculate marginal, conditional, and joint

probabilities. Addition and multiplication rule.

____ Discrete random variables ____

Create a theoretical model describing how an experiment is expected to behave. Then, get its parameters.

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