Exam 3 Chemistry 1030 Notes
Exam 3 Chemistry 1030 Notes CHM1031
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Statistics Vocabulary for Week 1 Statistics It’s the art and science of learning from data Design It’s the plan on how to obtain the data Description It’s the summarized data into graphs or numerical summaries Inferences It’s using data from a random and representative sample to draw conclusions about the population of interest Subject It’s the person, animal, or object in the study or experiment Variables It’s the measureable characteristic of each subject Population It’s all subjects of interest Sample It’s the subjects for which data is collected Random Sampling Each member of the population has an equal chance of being selected Parameters It’s the numerical summary of the population Statistics It’s the numerical summary of a sample Categorical Variable Each observation is placed in groups & can be summarized as a percentage Quantitative Variable Each observation has numerical value Average It’s the center of the data from quantitative variables Variability It’s the spread of data from quantitative variables Discrete Quantitative Each observation has a finite list of possible outcomes such as a count Continuous Quantitative Each observation has an infinite list of possible values that form an interval
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