Week 2 Question: What is the difference among nominal, ordinal, interval and ratio level of measurement? How
many ways can data be collected? What are key elements of a well-designed experiment?
Nominal level of measurement is not a way to measurement a "
Week 1 Question: Why do you study Statistics? Can you give some real-life examples in which Statistics is
used? Can you give some examples involving population, sample, parameter and statistic?
Statistics are studied so people can present information in a
Week 3 Question: What is a frequency distribution? What is the difference between Histogram and Pareto
chart?
Frequency distribution is when you have a table (or a graph) that displays the
information in a way so you can make a visual conclusion from the
Week9Question:Whatisanormaldistribution?Howcanyoufindareaunderanormalcurveto
theleftofagivenvalue?Totheright?Betweentwovalues?
A normal distribution is a bell curve.
50% of the values will be less than the mean and 50% will be greater than the mean.
Addit
STATISTICS DISCUSSION BOARD QUESTIONS/ANSWERS
Weeks 4 and 5
MATH 141
Week 4 Question:
What is mean? Median? Mode? What role do mean and standard
deviation play?
The mean is the average of all the numbers. Median is the middle value in a
given data set (wh
STATISTICS DISCUSSION BOARD QUESTIONS/ANSWERS
MATH 141
Weeks 6, 7 and 8
Week 6 Question: What is the difference between independent events and mutually exclusive events?
Independentevents,inregardstoStatistics,referstosituationthelikelihood(probabilityori
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Social Thinking
People deal with social situations in everyday life and people will always react differently
to social situations that they become involved in. Social situations can often be influenced by
media, p