1.2a Displaying Quantitative Data with Graphs pp. 2532
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Brian and Jessica have decided to move and are considering seven different cities. The dotplots below show
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1.1b Analyzing Categorical Data pp. 1218
What is a two-way table?
What is a marginal distribution?
What is a conditional distribution?
How do we know which variable is the condition?
What is a segmented bar graph?
Why are they good to use?
What does it me
1.2b Histograms pp. 3341
The following table presents the average points scored per game (PPG) for the 30 NBA teams in the 20122013
regular season. Make a dotplot to display the distribution of points per game. Then, use your dotplot to make a
histogram o
1.3b Standard Deviation pp. 6066
In the distribution below, how far are the values from the mean, on average?
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What does the standard deviation measure?
What are some similarities and differences between the range, IQR, and standard devia
1.3a Describing Quantitative Data with Numbers pp. 4859
*Measures of Center*
What are the two main measures of center that we use to describe quantitative data?
What is a resistant measure?
Is the mean a resistant measure of center?
How can you estimate t
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Whats the difference between categorical and quantitative variables?
Do we ever use numbers to describe the values of a categorical variable?
Do we ever group quantitative variable into categories or clas
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