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Exam 1 Vocab1. Statistics:the science of data2. Description:the use of tables, graphs, and numerical measures to summarize data3. Inferential Statistics:the use of sample data to learn about a population (could also say: the useof statistics to learn about parameters)4. Population: the entire set of items about which we desire information5. Data/database/data set:values or outcomes of one or more variables for one or more observations6. Variable: a characteristic that can have different values or outcomes7. Observation:the set of information obtained for each item being “measured”8. Quantitative (QT):values are numbers that result from a count or measure9. Qualitative (QL):values/outcomes that are usually words; classifications, attribute, categorical(no math)10. Frequency Table:lists every outcome and the count for each11. Joint Outcome:the set of outcomes with respect to 2 or more variables12. Crosstab:a table showing the frequency/count for each of all possible joint outcomes13. Measures of Central Tendencies: