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Unformatted text preview: white(control group) Track prey capture for 8 weeks Effect of Polar Bear coat color on prey capture Color of Bear White Dark Number of Prey Probability and Statistics Probability : an attempt to measure and predict the likelihood of an event Statistics : allow you to evaluate comparisons between experimental and control groups Effect of Polar Bear coat color on prey capture Color of Bear White Dark Mean Number of Prey captured Mean: sum the values, divide by the number of values Statistics Sample Size : # of observations necessary to have a reliable representation of a population Confidence Limits : estimates that reflect the reliability of your mean (average) Probability your sample is similar to other random samples of that population...
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 Spring '07
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