Test 1 Study Guide
Test 1 Study Guide 02260
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Troi Foster on Thursday October 1, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to 02260 at Rowan University taught by Bethany Gummo in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 64 views. For similar materials see Statistics in Mathematics (M) at Rowan University.
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Date Created: 10/01/15
Study Guide This is a study guide for things to remember to put on your quotcheat sheetquot Sect 13 Population is collection of ALL outcomes and Sample is a subset of population The descriptive branch is like a pie chart lnferential draws conclusions about the population Sect 14 Discrete variables are values that are countable houses and continuous are values that assume any numerical value over an interval weight Sect 22 Remember ALL sampling methods 1 Simple Random Sampling 2 Systematic 3 Cluster 4 Strati ed 5 Convenience Sect 21 Remember the methods of data collection 1 Observational 2 Experimental 3 Simulation 4 Survey Sect 14 Frequency Relative Frequency and Cumulative Frequency Sect 32 Stem amp Leaf Plot Sect 33 Histograms Remember they MUST touch Sect 41 Measures of Center Remember CALC SYNTAX xbar for sample mean amp mu for population mean if no mode write no mode 42 Measures of Variation Remember rangemaxmin ssampe stdev amp sigmapopulation st dev variancestdev quot2 When nding consistency in data look at the higher standard deviation Measures of location Five number summary min q1 median q3 max lQRQ3Ql Remember how to do box plot Outlier analysis nd extremes rst Also spell out median DO NOT use med Zscoresvaluesmeanstdev Empirical Rule Bootstrap Refer to sheet she gave in class Chapter 6 Probability Properties of Probability Sect 71 Discrete Random Variables Rules of Distribution Successes amp Failures Formulabased properties
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