INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS CH 7.1/7.2 NOTES
INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS CH 7.1/7.2 NOTES MATH 10041-007
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INTRODUCTORU STATISTICS CH 7 7172 characterizes population through a numerical value sample of data represented by a numerical value also known as a statistic estimate value of an estimator 2 Examples of an estimator sampe proportion p hat symbol sample mean x with bar symbol artscience of drawing a conclusion based on infostats of a population measures the performance of a method which is bias if it s tendency is to produce untrue values 3 TYPES OF BIAS Natural bias Sampling bias amp measurement bias convenience sampling voluntary sampling non sampling sampling stat naturally bias not producing a true answer to a question Bias measured as DISTANCE between center value of estimator amp population parameter drawing people randomly from a population without replacement of sampling survey measured by precision of estimator Qualit measured using standard error of sampling distribution when small estimator is precise The size of population doesn t effect precision of estimator p hat called the sampling distribution of the sample proportion Sampling distribution relays values of p hat amp their probabilities Phat symbol sample proportion amp used to estimate population proportion
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