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Unformatted text preview: II. In Laboratory Exercises A. making a Spreadsheet Table i. Make table using recall experiment data B. Data Reduction and Descriptive Statistics i. Using central tendency find numbers describing median, mean, and mode of data. C. Graphing i. Using data fields construct a graph ii. Edit axes, add trend lines, and interpret the equation displayed by trend-line, understanding R-Squared, Interpreting a Coefficient of Determination, Correlation Coefficient, Interpreting r, Consider Printing D. Your Lab Report i. Preparing to develop your report ii. Ideas to consider as you analyze the data and construct your final report iii. Important of Sample Size the Law of Large Numbers a. Law of Large Numbers large number of items chose at random from a populations, on average, have characteristics of the populuation iv. Special Requirements for your Final Report a. No reference can come from Wikipedia, No quoting...
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- Spring '08