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S110 Exam 3 Study Guide Page 2 of 3 You won’t have to give exact numbers, but we able to say if a number I give you is correct (it will be obvious). SCU: The only thing you should know from this reading is how to calculate each measure of spread. Minitab: It will help to know why the birthdays in the example did not result in a normal distribution, but the averages of the birthdays did as the number of samples increases. Note in particular that the most popular birthday is Tuesday, but that the most popular “average” birthday is not Tuesday in most cases. I won’t ask anything in particular from the reading that we haven’t talked about in class, but I might use this example to set up a problem and it saves you time reading on the exam if you already know the example. Conceptual/Lecture-Based Materials Know the best practices regarding presenting data, what people are good at or not good at perceiving accurately, and the pros and cons of different methods of presenting data (and text). Be able to interpret a correlation coefficient. Be able to calculate and interpret the measures of spread we’ve talked about in class.
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