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Name: Edgar J. Ortiz Aquino Date: 20 February 2016 Module 1 - Introduction to Data and Picturing Variation Assignment 1 – Discussion Data Mathematics and statistics are part of our daily living. They are used in almost everything and in our current society is a necessity. In my work, we use the data on a daily basis to do our work. For example: 50 Hours 125 hours 250 hours 500 hours 536 Helicopter 25 89 231 480 297 Helicopter 48 121 248 495 In the above example are two helicopters with identification number (536 and 297). The (50, 125, 250, 500) hours means the type of inspection to be performed and the number under the hours means the flight hours remaining to perform adequate inspection. This type of data is in numeric variable. Without this type of numerical classification, we would not be able to keep a record of when you must carry out
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