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# Statistics Notes STA 215

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Intro to Stats notes. Important vocab and problems
COURSE
Introductory Applied Statistics
PROF.
Robert H. Pearson
TYPE
Class Notes
PAGES
1
WORDS
CONCEPTS
intro to statistics, Statistics, Math
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Date Created: 09/09/16
Important Terms Observational Study­ Data gathered by only witnessing individuals without guiding or stating an  input on them. Designed Experiment­ Data gathered by an examiner on individuals then runs trials each to test  one or more variables. Cofounding Variables­ existing variables within the student that affect the response Randomization­ randomly assigned themes to experiments Theoretical Method­ Divide the number of results in the experiment taken by total number  results Empirical Method­ Calculating the relative frequency Relative Frequency­ X/n X­ number of successes n­ number of results Response and Explanatory Variables X= Response Variable = dependent Y= Explanatory Variable­ Independent Goal X is what causes the change in Y Probability­ independent and identical trials Rules 1. Outcome of probability A is between zero and one 2. Collected possible results in random has a probability of one 3. Two experiments A and B have NOTHING in common Complement Rule­ NOT getting the results of A Pr(A^C)= 1­Pr(A) Conditional Probability­ The probability of A happening knowing that B has previously  appeared. Pr(A/B) Independence­ A and B are independents Pr(A/B)= Pr(A) Pr(B/A)= Pr(B)

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