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UTSCPSYB07H3Dwayne PareFall

PSYB07H3 Chapter 5: Chapter #5 - Probability (Lec 4)

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28 Sep 2016
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The oldest and most common definition of probability is called the analytic view. M&m"s in a bag of 100 m&m"s) and 76 ways of drawing a different color
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PSYB07H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Exploratory Data Analysis, John Tukey, Statistical Inference

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27 Sep 2016
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Random sample: ensures each and every element in the population has an equal chance of being selected: example: putting numbers into a hat and drawing
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PSYB07H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Interquartile Range, Exploratory Data Analysis, Frequency Distribution

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27 Sep 2016
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One of the simplest methods to reorganize data to make them more intelligible is to polot them in some sort of graphical form: frequency distributions,
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PSYB07H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Mutual Exclusivity, Seat Belt, Continuous Or Discrete Variable

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22 Sep 2016
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The material covered in this chapter has been selected for two reasons. First, it is directly applicable to an understanding of the material presented
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PSYB07H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Exploratory Data Analysis, Statistical Inference, John Tukey

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21 Nov 2012
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Chapter 1 random sample: ensures that each and every element of the population has an equal chance of being selected; ex. Drawing names from a hat rand
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