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Review Sheet for MGSC 291 Fall 2009

# Review Sheet for MGSC 291 Fall 2009 - MGSC 291 Topic List...

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MGSC 291 Topic List for Exam One Chapter One You should be able to determine whether a variable is qualitative or quantitative. If it is quantitative, is it discrete or continuous? You should be able to identify the appropriate measurement scale for a given variable (i.e., nominal, ordinal, interval or ratio). Know the following definitions: population, sample, descriptive statistics, inferential statistics Chapter Two Be able to construct and interpret the following tables and graphs for qualitative data: frequency distribution and its bar chart; relative frequency distribution and its bar chart; pie chart. Be able to construct and interpret the following tables and graphs for quantitative data: frequency, relative frequency, cumulative frequency, and cumulative percent frequency tables; frequeny, relative frequency, cumulative frequency histograms and ogives; stem- and-leaf displays, stretched stem-and-leaf displays.. Be able to recognize whether a data
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