Exam I - Study Guide - Probability Union of events...

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Population- set of units that we are interested in studying. Parameter – average of an entire population. Result of a census. Sample – Subset of a population Statistic - idea of collecting sample to make inference based on a sample Sample size - Experiment - Sample Space Sample Points Event Probability Pie Chart Bar Chart Box Plot Histogram (Shapes)
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Unformatted text preview: Probability Union of events Intersection of events Conditional events Complementary events Independent events Mutually exclusive events Mean Median Mode Range Standard Deviation Interquartile range Quartile Decile Z-Score Data types: Qualitative Quantitative Nominal Ordinal Discrete Continuous Random sample Representative sample...
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