[WEEK 1-2] Chapter 2

# [WEEK 1-2] Chapter 2 - Chapter 2 Describing Data Using...

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Chapter 2: Describing Data Using Graphical Measures Chapter 2 Learning Outcomes Understand how to interpret qualitative data in bar charts and pie charts. Understand why a frequency distribution table is used. Find the relative frequency, cumulative frequency, and relative cumulative frequencies. Understand the drawback and advantages of organizing raw data into a frequency distribution table. Interpret a frequency table, histogram and frequency polygon. Label coordinates on a frequency polygon. Bar Charts and Pie Charts (Qualitative Data) Create a frequency table using the students in class, and convert to relative frequencies (p17). Create bar chart or a pie chart (p18, 19, 20). See Self-Review 2-1 (p20) and solutions (p50). Quantitative Data: Use the Frequency Table Organize data to analyze areas of concentration and extreme data values. e.g.1: Halifax Real Estate (p22-24) Step 1: Decide how many classes/groupings to use.

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• Fall '14
• Frequency, Frequency distribution, line graph, Bar chart, Summary statistics

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