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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 segment
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
1.3b Standard Deviation pp. 6066
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What are some similarities and
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 mea
Notes 1.1a Analyzing Categorical Data pp. 24, 7-11
Whats the difference between categorical and quantitative variables?
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1. Identify the variable as a quantitative or a categorical variable.
a. Ethnicity of the next student who walks in the door.
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