# Textbook Notes for Statistics and Biostatistic at Rutgers University

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## 01:960:285 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Statistical Inference, Statistical Unit, Simple Random Sample

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Statistics for business and economics 12e chapter 1 notes: statistics the science of data which involves collecting, classifying, analyzing, and interp

View Document## 01:960:401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Descriptive Statistics, Statistical Population, Statistical Inference

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Chapter 1: introduction to statistics: what is statistics, subject that provides a body of principles and methodology for designing the process of data

View Document## 01:960:285 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Confidence Interval, Sampling Error, Statistical Parameter

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## 01:960:285 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Statistical Unit, Design Of Experiments, Business Analytics

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Black box (pg 11) a process whose operation or actions are unknown or unspecified. Typically, however, a series of operations or actions that cause par

View Document## 01:960:285 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sampling Error, Null Hypothesis, Confidence Interval

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## 01:960:285 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Central Limit Theorem, Bias Of An Estimator, Statistical Parameter

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## 01:960:285 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Statistical Inference, Simple Random Sample

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It involves collecting, classifying, summarizing, organizing, analyzing and interpreting numerical and categorical information. 1. 2 explain the differ

View Document## 01:960:285 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Null Hypothesis, Type I And Type Ii Errors, Null Distribution

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## 01:960:285 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Binomial Distribution, Probability Distribution, Normal Distribution

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## 01:960:401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Frequency Distribution, Statistical Graphics, Shoe Size

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## 01:960:401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Countable Set, Elementary Event, Sample Space

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The probability of an event is viewed as a numerical measure of the chance that the event will occur. An experiment is the process of observing a pheno

View Document## 01:960:285 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Box Plot, Bar Chart, Interquartile Range

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