EX ST 301 exam 1 review-1

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EX ST 301 Exam 1 Review
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Topics Introduction Descriptive statistics Probability Random variables Normal distribution
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Introduction Know the terms on page 1 Most importantly, be able to apply these terms to a given situation You should be able to tell me what represents a sample, population, variable etc. Be able to distinguish between descriptive and inferential statistics. Know the symbols for parameters and statistics.
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Descriptive statistics What is descriptive statistics? There are two main types of descriptive statistics: Graphical and Numerical.
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Graphical descriptive statistics Know that there are different types of graphs for different types of data For qualitative data, use a bar chart. For quantitative data, use a histogram or stem and leaf display. Be able to recognize if data are quantitative or qualitative.
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Graphical descriptive statistics Be able to construct a bar chart (Label axes) Be able to construct a stem and leaf display
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course EX STAT 301 taught by Professor Willis during the Spring '08 term at Clemson.

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