# Textbook Notes for Alireza Simchi

U OF ASTAT151Alireza SimchiWinter

## STAT151 Chapter 11: Stats Chapter 11 Experiments and Observational Studies

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## STAT151 Chapter 1: Stats Chapter 1 Stats Starts Here

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Data: any collection of numbers, characters, images, or other items that provide information about something, recorded values, whether numbers or label
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## STAT151 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Casino Token, Dependent And Independent Variables, Randomness

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## STAT151 Chapter 3: Stats Chapter 3 Displaying and Summarizing Quantitative Data

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## STAT151 Chapter 2: Stats Chapter 2 Lecture Notes Displaying and Describing Categorical Data

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Stats chapter 2 lecture notes displaying and describing categorical data. Analyze data from categorical variables using descriptive statistics. Suppose
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## STAT151 Chapter 10: Stats Chapter 10 Sample Surveys

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The three big ideas of sampling: examine a part of the whole. Want to know about the population but that is impractical so we examine a sample. Sample
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## STAT151 Chapter 2: Stats Chapter 2 Displaying and Describing Categorical Data

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Stats chapter 2 displaying and describing categorical data. Introduction: problem with a data table, ca(cid:374)"t see (cid:449)hat"s goi(cid:374)g o(c
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## Chapter 4 Done in LaTeX

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Data could be obtained in three ways: data that are made available by others, data resulting from an experiment, data collected in an observational stu
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## Chapter 5 Done in LaTeX

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Sample space: the set of all possible outcomes (s). Null space (null set): a space or set that has 0 probability of the event occuring. Probability dis
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