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Final Exam Stat10 Check List:
Make sure you when you study for the final exam to understand the Main Concepts Lister
Below for each of the Chapters 1 22.
This list is not exclusive, I just put together the most important concepts we have learned
in this class.
Chapters 12:
1.
Define Statistics
2. Distinguish between: Descriptive & Inferential
Statistics
3. Define Population, Sample Parameter, & Statistic
4. Distinguish between Qualitative and Quantitative Variables (Discrete & Continuous),
Nominal, Ordinal, Interval and Ratio types of measurements.
5. Different types of Samples and Sources of Sampling Errors.
Chapters 34:
1.
Understand How to Organize qualitative data using
a)
Frequency and relative frequency table, Bar graph, Pie graph and Pareto graph.
2.
Understand How to organize quantitative data for:
a) Discrete Data using: Frequency and relative frequency table, bar graph, pie graph and
Pareto graph
b) Continuous Data using: histogram, stemleaf plot, and Time series plot
3. Make sure you know what the meaning of both the xaxis and the yaxis in each of these
graphs.
Chapters 56:
1. Understand the difference between a parameter and a statistic
2.
Describe and compute measures of central tendency “Mean, Median, and Mode”
3.
Describe and compute measures of dispersion “Range, Variance, Standard Deviation”
5.
Learn to read box plots and check for outliers, Median, Q1, Q3, and Skewness.
6. Normal Distribution and the Empirical Formula.
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course STATS 10 taught by Professor Ioudina during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.
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