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Part one project (4).docx
Use the fact that statistics is a science of data.
Data collected from any source needs to be organised and analyzed before drawing a conclusion.
A statistic is a numerical measure of a sample.
Univariate data describes the characteristics of a single variable..
Closer the value to zero, less frequent the event's occurrence.
The value of a random variable is purely determined by chance.
Use the fact that the equation is defined for a continuous random variable.
Sampling distribution is the probability distribution of sample statistics.
Use the fact that the point estimate lies in the center of the confidence interval.
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