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SFUSTAT 100Colette ColliganSpring

STAT 100 Chapter 6-10: Stat 100 Assignment 2

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30 Nov 2017
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SFUSTAT 100Derek BinghamWinter

Stats 100 Vocabulary.docx

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6 May 2012
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SFUSTAT 101Rick RoutledgeFall

STAT 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Bar Chart, Time Series, Categorical Variable

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2 Dec 2012
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Usually recorded in a unit of measurement. Categorical variable a variable categorized with a number not connected to the data but as a label. Quantita
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SFUSTAT 100Colette ColliganSpring

STAT 100 Chapter 15-22: Stat 100 Assignment 4

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SFUSTAT 270Timothy SwartzSpring

STAT 270 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Continuous Or Discrete Variable, Binomial Distribution, Probability Distribution

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27 May 2014
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If a variable can take on any value between two specified values, it is called a continuous variable; otherwise, it is called a discrete variable. Supp
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SFUSTAT 100Colette ColliganSpring

STAT 100 Chapter 11-15: Stat 100 Assignment 3

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SFUSTAT 100Derek BinghamWinter

Chapter 11 STATS.docx

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30 Mar 2012
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Categorical variables just record group membership (marital status of a man or the race of a college student) Can display a pie chart or bar graph beca
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SFUSTAT 100Derek BinghamSummer

Chapter 12 STATS.docx

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30 Mar 2012
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Median is the midpoint, the value that separates the smaller half from the larger half. Quartiles get their name because with the median they device th
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SFUSTAT 101Rick RoutledgeFall

STAT 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Standard Deviation, Quartile, Statistical Inference

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2 Dec 2012
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Plot your data, usually a histogram or stemplot. Calculate a numerical summery to describe the center and spread. Density curve a curve that approximat
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SFUSTAT 101Timothy SwartzSpring

STAT 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Bar Chart, Pie Chart, Categorical Variable

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6 Apr 2016
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Individuals: objects described by a set of data. Categorical variable: just a label: quanitaive variable : takes numerical values for which arithmeic o
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SFUSTAT 101Rick RoutledgeFall

STAT 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Interquartile Range, Box Plot, Quartile

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2 Dec 2012
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Add their values and divide by the number of observations. Arrange all observations in order of size from smallest to largest. The mean and median of a
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SFUSTAT 100Derek BinghamSpring

STAT 100 Chapter 16: Chapter 16.docx

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3 Apr 2015
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