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# STA_Notes_9.14.07 - o Know 2 rules for interpreting...

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STA Class 22:55:59 Exam 1 o 8 x 11 formula sheet allowed, both sides can be filled o Do need to show work Ch 1 o Understand data summary and presentation techniques o Types of Data – Quantitative and Qualitative. o Definitions – Descriptive & Inferential Statistics o The 5 Fundamental Elements of Statistics Mew = Population X with (-)thingy over it is sample Ch 2 o Calculate: mean, median, mode, standard deviation (population or sample), variance (population or sample) o Venn Diagrams, Histograms, Bar Charts o Know comparison of mean and median o Calculate and interpret Z scores Refer to class example with SAT & ACT scored

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Unformatted text preview: o Know 2 rules for interpreting standard deviation and be able to use the rules. Chebyschev and empirical Put in notes o Percentiles o Put standard deviation formula on formula sheet o Know Stem& Leaf!!!!!! • Ch 3 o Union, intersection, and complementary events o Simple events, compound events STA Class 22:55:59 o Conditional and independent events o Mutually exclusive events P(A Intersects B) = 0 o Multiplicative rule, additive rule o Permutations, combinations, partitions Explain which one you used in the exam...
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