Unimodal a distribution of a variable in which only one value is most frequent

Unimodal a distribution of a variable in which only

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Unimodal – a distribution of a variable in which only one value is most frequent Variability – the extent to which cases are spread out through the distribution or clustered around just one value Variance – a statistic that measure the variability of a distribution as the average squared deviation of each case from the mean Other Info: Four Major Classes of Information: **(know difference) o Attitudes – what people say they want Ex: How do you feel about…How much to you agree/disagree… o Beliefs – what people think is true Ex: In your opinion….Do you think o Behavior – what people do Ex: Have you…, Will you… o Attributes – what people are Ex: marital status, age, children
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