GGR270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Univariate, Income Distribution, Collectively Exhaustive Events

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15 Nov 2012
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Tutorial: postponed to next week (every week there is a tutorial) Exam: 1 page both sides of cheat sheet allowed (there is no mathematical questions, it is based on discussing the topics, discussing the measures, more essay concept oriented questions) Assignment 1: distributed (assignments are the only math you do in the class) you have to defend your methodology in assignments. (lecture 2) Any information yielded in to a small subset we can apply it to a bigger population (variable) It is a characteristics of the population that changes or varies over time (fundamental issues, spatial issues etc) Income distribution, economic value, the distribution of rock types, toxic pollutants (how are they varied and how are they varied based on spatial locations) Examples of variable: temperature, income, education etc. Anything we can measure or change over time can be considered a variable. Variables are the basis of what we actually measure (ex.

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