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## STAT 1053 Week 2

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# STAT 1053 Week 2 STAT 1053

Morgan Routman
GWU
GPA 3.62
Intro to Statistics for Social Sciences
Professor Balaji

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We didn't have class on Monday so these are really just one day's worth of notes.
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Intro to Statistics for Social Sciences
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Professor Balaji
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Date Created: 01/21/15
STAT 1053 Week 2 Chapter 2 Cont 12115 905 PM Numerical Summary Observations in a dataset are denoted by xsub 2 etc all the way to xsub n where in made in the sample x2 the second etc We use o in is the dataset 3 7 11 2 1 4 n6 Complete the following a Zx b ZXAZ c Zx1 d Zx 2 a Zx 3711214 26 b ZxAZ 9491214116 200 c Zx1 2610123 20 d Zx2 26A2 676 ZxAZ We want to summarize data using numerical descriptive measures 0 2 Quantities 1 9 Measure of Central Tendencies e The average of a group of numbers 0 Not appropriate for qualitative data 0 Summation of the values divided by the number of observations n o computes the mean of an entire population Is denoted using I and the total number of observations is denoted using Therefore the mean of a population would be 0 computes the mean of a sample Is denoted using an essentially an x with a small horizontal line above it this version of word doesn t have it sorry and observations are denoted using I Therefore a sample mean would be n middle value of a dataset 0 Not affected by large or small values 0 Partitions a histogram into two halves e then is the median o take the two middle numbers 0 ie 1 2 3 4 5 median is 3 1 2 3 4 23 5 52 25 which is the median n most frequent observation in the dataset The mode is represented by the peak of the histogram o The class on the histogram that holds the mode in it is called the modal class There find the mean median and mode 3 7 11 2 1 1 4 5 first reorder the dataset 1 1 2 3 4 5 7 11 a find the mean n 8 112345711 30 308 375 9 this is the mean b find the median 34 7 72 35 9 this is the median c find the mode 1 occurs twice and is hence the mode Comparing Mean Median and Mode n For a negative left skewed distribution 0 Mean lt median lt mode a For a positive right skewed distribution 0 Mean gt median gt mode a For a symmetric distribution 0 Mean median mode 2 9 Spread of the data a this is the maximum value minus the minimum value 0 Not incredibly useful 0 Can be dependent on extreme values 0 Two datasets with the same range can have different variability ie 1 2 3 4 6 10 Range 9 vs 2 5 5 5 5 11 Range 9 0 Not Robust influenced by outliers Easy to find and understand a tell the squared distance between typical observations and the mean is denoted by with N being the number of observations Where u is population mean is denoted by with n being the number of observations Where xbar is sample mean u This is the square root of the variance 0 Shows the distance between typical observations and the mean Find Variance and Standard Deviation 3 7 11 2 2 n 5 First find the mean 371122 25 255 5 Next find the variance sAZ 35 275 2115 225 225 2 wherein we subtract each observation by the mean and then square them then divide them by n1 sAZ 6251 624 sAZ 155 Standard Deviation s 2 Standard Deviation s 155 394 12115 905 PM 12115 905 PM

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