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HW 1 9-3-09

# HW 1 9-3-09 - HW#1 ISDS 2000 Sec 8 Kevin Steuterman...

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HW #1 ISDS 2000 Sec 8 Kevin Steuterman 8/27/09 Questions: 1, 5(a-e), 7(a-b), 12(a-c), 13(d-f), 15(e), 25(a-b, c-e are optional for bonus points) 1. Statistics that are simply numerical facts are collections or summations of data. They have no meaning unless they are used for statistics as a discipline or field of study. The study of statistics allows us to analyze and interpret these facts in order to accomplish goals. There are countless number of statistical facts that can be collected, such as stock prices, population censuses, and batting averages. The study of statistics opens an equally infinite number of uses for these facts as well, such as deciding whether or not to buy or sell a stock, understanding demographics, or determining the effectiveness of a baseball player. 5. a. There are 5 variables b. The Qualitative variables are Sound Quality and FM Tuning , while the Quantitative variables are the Price, CD Capacity, and the Tape Decks .

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