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of the characteristic Examples: temperature, calendar dates etc. Ratio Data: Same as interval data, but “0” means the absence of the characteristic 0= nothing continuous or discrete Examples of discrete ratio: vacations taken in the past 10 years, number of DVDs you own, number of employees in a company etc. Examples of continuous: house sizes, gas prices, distance etc. Qualitative (Categorical data) Quantitative (Numerical data) Both interval & Ratio can be Continuous/Discrete
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Online Registration: QMS 102 CRIB SHEET / MIDTERM FALL 2016 (BACK) CH3 STEPS TO COMPUTE A STEM & LEAF: 1U Arrange list in ascending order using calculator 2U Use MAX and MIN values to decide how many stems are there (6U13) 3U x2 or x5 if there aren’t enough stems 4U Populate stem and leafUfollow rules Frequency Distribution 5 to 10 classes Use notations (ex. and under) Close ended classes (lower and upper limits) use “nice numbers” (1, 2, 2.5, 5) First and last classes must contain frequencies Estimated class width = Highest value – Lowest value Min number of classes recommended (which is 5) CH4 Using the calculator to find mean: Enter values in List 1 in STAT modeU F2 (CALC)U F6 (set) “1 VAR XList” and enter list 1U EXEU exitU F1 (1 VAR)
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