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STAT W21 Chapter 12: Chapter 12_ Counting

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STAT W21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Mathematically Correct, Deductive Reasoning, Inductive Reasoning

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Deductive: logic it is a way of thinking mathematically about all kinds of things. If logical is as certain as mathematics can be. Inherently uncertain
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STAT W21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Heteroscedasticity, Scatter Plot

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Residual: vertical difference between the y value of an individual and the regression line at the value of x corresponding to that individual for regre
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STAT W21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Heteroscedasticity, Homoscedasticity, Scatter Plot

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STAT W21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Graduate Management Admission Test, Homoscedasticity, Scatter Plot

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STAT W21 Chapter 4: Chapter 4_ Measures of Location and Spread

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Median: is the number that divides the ordered data in half. Mode: is the most common value among the data. Mean = (sum of data)/(number of data) Resis
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STAT W21 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Human Hair Color, Skewness, Unimodality

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Stats is the science of drawing conclusions about the world from data. Data: observation (measurements) of some quantity or quality of something in the
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