math - Chapter 1 Stats Starts Here What is Statistics?...

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Chapter 1 Stats Starts Here
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What is Statistics? Statistics is a way of reasoning, along with a collection of tools and methods, designed to help us understand the world.
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Chapter 2 Data
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The W’s When we deal with data normally we want to know some questions about it. The context ideally tells us Who and What was measured, How and Where the data were collected, and When and Why the study was performed.
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Data Data is systematically recorded information, whether numbers or labels, together with its context. A survey of autos parked in student and staff lots of a large university (this is a small sample): 6 Madza Black car USA Blue Toyota 3 Japan SUV USA 5 Red Dodge van
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(cont.) The only problem with data is that there is no organization to the values. We can make it clearer (especially some parts of the context) if we organize the values into a data table.
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Data Table Company Country of Origin Color Type of Vehicle Age Madza USA Black car 6 Toyota Japan Blue SUV 3 Dodge USA Red van 5
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